University of Manitoba’s Learning Technologies Centre’s Blended Learning Wiki. ‘There is no agreement on the definition of blended learning. The term is used in a wide variety of ways and applied to a wide range of teaching and learning approaches.
Many blended learning definitions refer to conventional face-to-face teaching and learning activities (synchronous) that are mixed or blended with technology-mediated learning activities not offered in real time at a specific location (asynchronous).
It should also be noted that in most formal educational settings (credit courses) there has always been a blend of space/time learning activities. Whether in the form of homework, assignments, or studying, almost all courses require independent or group learning activities to occur beyond scheduled instructional time.’
University of Manitoba’s Learning Technologies Centre (TLC). ‘Now in its second year, the goal of the Learning Technologies Centre (TLC) is to provide faculty and graduate students the resources and collaborative support to research, develop, and create pedagogically and technologically sound teaching and learning resources.’
Visit also: LTC Wiki