Articles Tagged ‘blended learning’

Learning From Others : Blended Learning

Published by Dan Loomis

Destination: ASTD International Conference and Expo in Dallas, TX

Journal Entry: Day 1, Kansas City

The first stop in our adventure to ASTD is Kansas City, MO. Tony and I

How to Get Attendees to Engage with Your Blended Learning Solution

Published by Tony Veroeven

With all of the technology advances in the past few years, we all try to do more by multitasking, but we probably end up doing even less. That’s a completely

3 Simple Tips to Making Good Decisions About Your ILT Materials

Published by Dan Loomis

When was the last time your boss walked in your office and said, “We’re not going to try anything new in this organization for the next 6 months!” Most likely

Blended Learning: Which Format is Right for Attendees?

Published by Tony Veroeven


This week in the ASTD LinkedIn group, I read some interesting information about blended learning. There were two different studies that were detailed in the Department of Education report.

3 Ways an Online Component Can Enhance Instructor-Led Training

Published by Dan Loomis

Dan Loomis: Hey. This week I want to talk about blended learning and how an online solution can help enhance your instructor-led training. So, I invited John Eisele to

The Effect of the Fiscal Cliff on Continuing Education

Published by Dan Loomis on January 7th, 2013

Is the Fiscal Cliff Affecting Your Continuing Education and Instructor-Led Training?

If you’ve turned on the news lately, and assuming you’re not living underneath a rock, you’ve probably heard a

What is Blended Learning?

Published by Sara Olbrantz on November 1st, 2012

Blended Learning can be defined as education that combines face-to-face classroom methods with an online component to form an integrated instructional approach.

In the U.S. Department of Educations’ “Evaluation of