AffiliationUniversity of Bedfordshire
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AbstractThe term blended learning is becoming more prevalent in the fields of Health and Social Sciences. Although it tends to be synonymous with e-learning; this should not be the case as blended learning involves an integrated delivery strategy. Rossett et al. (2003) suggest that this could include interaction with a supervisor; participation in an online class; breakfast with colleagues; competency descriptions; reading on the beach; reference to a manual; collegial relationships; and participation in seminars, workshops, and online communities. This paper will attempt to explore whether the integration of the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) to a traditionally taught masters programme through the development of a blended learning strategy, can facilitate its evolution to distance learning.
CitationBeckwith P, Sapsed S (2007) 'Can distance learning become an affective mode of delivery?', E-Leader International Journal, 2007 (), pp.-.
PublisherChinese American Scholars Association
JournalE-Leader International Journal
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