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March 22, 2013

BLENDED LEARNING: Why it Matters and What it Takes.

Yet another item from Thursday’s inbox…

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Why do 92% of surveyed IT professionals believe blended learning makes it easier to reach students? What are they saying about it? Introducing an exciting new whitepaper from the Center for Digital Education. Learn why in-class curriculum and online coursework are being combined to help instructors and students realize new levels of learning. Hear from peers about how this convenient and collaborative approach is changing higher education as we know it.

Inside the Center for Digital Education whitepaper: Realizing the Full Potential of Blended Learning:

  • See why it’s no longer a “low-investment afterthought”.
  • Find out misconceptions that compromise its adoption.
  • Hear tips from peers about implementing solutions.
  • Discover how the University of Kentucky and UMass Lowell successfully leverage blended learning.

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