Keith from the Sloan Consortium wrote to let me know they've posted a pre-pub draft of a report called Blending In: The Extent and Promise of Blended Education in the United States and they're looking for feedback before making it a final report. It's a 35-page PDF that attempts to answer the following questions, Are Blended Courses More Prevalent than Fully Online Courses? Do Blended Courses Hold More Promise than Fully Online Courses? Are Blended Courses a Stepping Stone for Institutions on the Way to Fully Online Courses? What is the Consumer Experience and Perception of Online and Blended Delivery Options? Libraries are only mentioned once in passing in the report, but if your institution is on the Blended Learning bandwagon you should probably check it out.
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