Traditional corporate learning is quickly evolving into “blended learning” due to developments in digital offerings and the preferences of today’s corporate learners. They don’t want “push training” about doing the same old things in the same old ways. Corporate learners embrace blended learning as a more engaging “pull” strategy that lets them learn on their own terms – however, whenever and wherever they want. Jennifer Hofmann, a blended-learning pioneer, explains best practices, offers useful tips, and provides worksheets and tools for planning, designing, implementing and evaluating blended-learning programs.
About the Author
Blended-learning pioneer Jennifer Hofmann is founder and president of InSync Training, an award-winning virtual consulting firm specializing in the design and delivery of blended learning.
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