3 Tips for Designing Blended Learning

Any time I start work on a new learning project, someone always asks me how I think the learning content should be delivered. Should it be an eLearning course or instructor-led training? Should it be a how-to video or job aid? And while these questions are important to answer, my response is always the same: Why does it have to be one or the other? Why don’t we try designing blended learning?

Here’s the thing, I’ve always believed that learning isn’t a single event that occurs while seated in a classroom or behind the screen of an eLearning course. Learning is a process of experiences that occur over a period of time. And because of this, I don’t subscribe to the idea that learning is a binary choice between one thing and another. Learning should be a blend of experiences that promotes the four basic elements of learning:

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