Blended Learning Panel

York University’s Institute for Research on Learning Technologies is sponsoring a panel discussion on blended learning:

“A recent workplace survey reported by Brandon Hall Publishing (2008) indicates that employing a mix of web-technologies with face-to-face learning is more effective than either e-learning or face-to-face instructional approaches alone. To explore the use and potential of “blended learning” further, please join us for a panel discussion featuring experts from various fields …”

This event has been re-scheduled for April 2, 2009 at 12:15 pm in TEL 1009 at York’s Keele Campus. I anticipate a lively and interesting discussion!

(Please check the IRLT Web site for the latest updates on the event.)

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2 responses to “Blended Learning Panel”

  1. Doug says :

    Looking forward to it!

    What is the perfect blend? Is there one?

    Speaking of blending – have you read Disrupting Class? Details at http://disruptingclass.mhprofessional.com/apps/ab/

  2. Ian Lumb says :

    Reading it now – interesting so far … Perhaps I’ll post on it – eventually … Contributions welcome 🙂

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