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Journal of Educational Technology, v3 n3 p30-36 Oct-Dec 2006

The introduction of blended learning added new dimension to training, and the possibilities for delivering knowledge and information to learners at an accelerated pace and opened new vistas for knowledge management. Industry pioneers and academicians agree that blended learning will continue to become a driving force in business and in education. Few years ago the term blended learning was not well known among the people. Technology-enabled learning and online Web-based training, which morphed into blended learning is an important tool in Education Scenario. The phrase "blended learning" is being used increasingly to describe learning and teaching approaches which contain a mixture of online activities and face to face activities. Blended learning provides the necessary communication, collaboration, and learning technology to quickly and efficiently keep employees up-to-date on new procedures and offerings without taking them out of the field.

Descriptors: Blended Learning, Teaching Methods, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Electronic Learning, Employees, Staff Development, Workplace Learning, Business, Curriculum Design, Relevance (Education)

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Author: Rao, A. V. Nageswararao

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