What is "blended" in blended learning?
Dear European researchers,
"blended learning" is a usually a mix of .... ? Sure, easy....or not? Actually, what does "blended" mean in blended learning? Have you ever asked yourself if there is any "unblended" learning?
We are looking for European perspectives on “blended learning”. Is there anything like that?
- What is “blend” in "blended learning" for you? (e.g., components, type of blend, your definition)
- Could you possibly recommend a favorite paper on “blended learning”, an author, conference or other favorite resource?
- Do you have any feeling or hypothesis about differences between European and North American research on “blended learning”?
Isa Jahnke & Anders Norberg,
ContactProf. Dr. Isa Jahnke
University of Missouri
School of Information Science and Learning Technologies (SISLT, iSchool)
Associate Professor &
Director of the IELab