The Blended Synchronous Learning Project explores solutions for how we can connect our students with twenty-first century education in an environment where they find it increasingly difficult to commit to regular face-to face classes. The project aims to “identify, characterise, and evaluate technology-enhanced ways of bringing together on-campus and geographically dispersed students and engaging them in media-rich synchronous collaborative learning experiences”.
A number of case studies have been developed around blended learning, helping to illustrate different approaches and their effectiveness. There is also a Handbook including findings from the case studies and lots of resources to support you in implementing blended synchronous learning in your classroom.
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