Blended learning is a hot topic among learning professionals. The idea of combining different ways of delivering information to produce better learning isn’t new. Blended learning can be as simple as combining a printed manual with a classroom training course. What is new, however, is the huge variety of technologies that are available to today’s learning professional, combined with new ideas for how and when to use blended learning to achieve better results.
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