Why the end of the blend is not in sight for learning

Wain, Daniel
June 2008
People Management;6/12/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 12, p21
The article states that blended learning will remain as well as its social element. It discusses the change in blended learning in terms of terminology. It is predicted that in 2008, there would be an increased use for all methods of learning. The author predicts that as both knowledge management and social networking grow in importance, businesses can seize the opportunities to use technology as a means to encourage shared learning. It adds that social capital is the means to leverage human capital.


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