The little book of Blended Learning
A blended programme is a series of learning interventions using a range of delivery styles, methods and mediums to create one coherent whole.
“Blended Learning is a mindset. You don’t need a big budget but you do need a creative, ‘let’s do this’ attitude”
Materials to support you
We’ve curated a range of resources surrounding blended learning ranging from top tips, case studies to articles and more
Pam Pappenheim shares her approach to using learning pathways to create a leadership programme at RSPCA, using eLearning and video learning as part of a blend.
Susi Miller clarifies the legal requirements for creating eLearning that’s accessible, with some key tips to help.
Josh Willcock explains why thinking about sustainable eLearning design from the start can save hours of work in the future. He shares his top tips for future proofing when designing eLearning courses.
Hybrid working, based on flexible working patterns, can split teams. Victoria Brown explains how L&D and HR practitioners can support managers to hold their teams together.
Rachel Winfield explains how eLearning has helped create engaging, blended learning experiences at Leeds University Union.
After 10 years refining blended learning, Clive Shepherd has come up with the perfect four steps to success, beautifully abbreviated as P.I.A.F. Follow these and you’ll have brilliant blended learning, and no regrets…