Blended Learning In Today’s Workplace

by Patti Shank and eLearning Industry

If Blended Learning could be defined as "a blend of digital/online/technology-based modalities and activities and in-person/face-to-face/offline modalities and activities.", the following report analyzes how this definition matches respondents’ use of blended learning and the modalities used in the blend.

Key Chapters

  1. Summary

    What Is Blended Learning In Today’s Workplace?

  2. Introduction: Blended Learning

    This report analyzes how this definition matches respondents’ use of blended learning and the modalities used in the blend.

  3. Methods

    Method of the gathering of data.

  4. Survey Results

    An elaborate overview of all questions asked as well as the received answers.

  5. Additional Analysis

    The results of this survey, as defined by the results.

Analysis showed that how research defines blended learning—a blend of digital and in-person modalities and activities—resonates with most of the respondents. Respondents are using a mix of digital and face-to-face components. The most commonly used components are used in live face-to-face instruction.

Definitions of Blended Learning in the workplace amongst learning practitioners differ wildly. Patti and her team have put great effort into finding out how workplace learning practitioners define blended learning and what percentage are using blended learning to deliver instruction in their organization.

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Christopher Pappas
Founder of the eLearning Industry's Network