Interview with Clive Shepherd

Only a few days ago, you launched the “More Than Blended Learning”, a whole new way of designing learning interventions. How would you describe this new invention of yours in a few words?

It is hard for me to think of More Than Blended Learning as a new invention, because I have been working on these ideas for ten years, since the publication of The Blended Learning Cookbook.

The new book describes an approach to the design of workplace learning interventions that draws on the experience of talking with hundreds of learning professionals over the past ten years.

What is the most revolutionary fact you introduce in your new book, “More Than Blended Learning”, a culmination of ten years of work?

The book broadens the way we look at blended learning, particularly when it comes to designing end-to-end solutions that deliver in terms of performance. It may not be a ‘fact’ but perhaps the most notable take-away from the book is PIAF, an acronym that stands for Preparation, Input, Application and Follow-up. PIAF provides a structure for blends that deliver end-to-end solutions.

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