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AI Blended Learning 2012

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BLENDED LEARNING: EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTION AND ENGAGEMENT

July 30 – August 1, 2012

Atlanta, GA

 

In light of the increased demand for high-quality blended courses and programs,  instructional designers and course developers are facing new design challenges. To ensure the development of effective courses and a high level of engagement for variety of learners, course developers must effectively use the online and physical classroom environments, establishing measurable learning outcomes and the means for achieving them.

 

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Blended Research/Resources 

Universities Deeply invested in Blended

Web Resources

Research/Findings 

     Books

  • Glazer, F. S.  (Ed.) (2012). Blended learning: Across the disciplines, across the academy. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing, LLC.
  • Inoue, Y. (Ed. ) (2010). Cases on online and blended learning technologies in higher education: Concepts and practices. Hershey, PA: Information Science Publications.
  • MacDonald, J. (2008). Blended learning and online tutoring. Second Ed.  
  • Smart, J. A. (2010). Hybrid learning: The perils and promise of blending online and face-to-face instruction in higher education. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger. 
  • Stacey, E., & Gerbic, P. (Eds.) (2009). Effective blended learning practices: Evidence-based perspectives in ICT-facillitated education. Hershey, NH: Information Science Reference. 
  • Wang, F. U., Fong, J. & Kwan,R. C.  (Eds.) (2011). Handbook of research on hybrid learning models: Advanced tools, technologies, and applications. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.  

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