Literature seminar: Blended Learning Revisited 

  • Date: –12:00
  • Location: Zoom room:
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  • Organiser: TUR - teknisk-naturvtenskapliga fakultetens universitetspedagogiska råd
  • Contact person: Katarina Andreasen
  • Seminarium

This year we plan to study a few selected chapters from the book "An introduction to Distance Education", edited by. Martha Cleveland- Innes and Randy Garrison.

The book is available on and for the first seminar we suggest a dive into Chapter 7 (13 pages) on blended learning. Vaughan describes blended learning delivery from three points of view: the perspective of students, faculty, and administration. Vaughan uses a previous systematic review of over 35 studies published between 2001 and 2006. These findings indicate a marked difference as to the benefits and challenges of blended learning from each of these major constituent groups. In comparison to more recent findings such as those from Taylor, Atas, and Ghani (2017), the chapter first explores the similarities and differences that have occurred in blended learning from three perspectives over the past decade. Second, blended learning is examined through the lens of the Community of Inquiry framework Third, a future research agenda for blended learning is identified. Vaughan, N. 2021. Blended Learning Revisited, Ch 7 In An Introduction to Distance Education: Understanding Teaching and Learning in a New Era:

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