Presented by Professor Bob Fox (Pro-Vice-Chancellor Education Portfolio)
Blended learning strategies have become the mot-du-jour in higher education in recent years. The reasons for this focus are multiple. What this seminar illustrates is that quality blended learning has been practiced in higher education for decades. What is more important is not the delivery method itself but the underlining design, teaching strategy, infrastructure and institutional support. This presentation outlines case studies of good and not so good practices in blended learning across five universities and concludes with a design framework to support future blended courses.
Room 1025, Level 10, Library (back entrance, near the IT service centre)