TITLE

The trend to blend

AUTHOR(S)
Sparrow, Stephanie
PUB. DATE
January 2004
SOURCE
Personnel Today;1/27/2004, p22
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Of all the terms and concepts behind technology based training, blended learning seems to be the one most likely to stick around. Its appeal lies in the mix of delivery media such as classroom training, Web-based training, virtual classrooms, books and mentoring. It is also known as integrated learning. The economic arguments of any electronic-based training method are now well known, Web-based training can cut hotel fees and consolidate learning arrangements. Web-based training is well suited to on-the-job learning, but is best used alongside classroom-based coaching sessions.
ACCESSION #
12510794

 

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