“Addressing Adult Learning Needs through Blended Learning Environments”
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Tucker, A. & Wisla, H. (2010). “Addressing Adult Learning Needs through Blended Learning Environments”. In Z. Abas et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Global Learn 2010 (p. 3991). AACE.
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Blended learning environments are increasingly becoming popular as an alternative instructional delivery method for institutions of higher education. Research indicates that blended or hybrid instruction, described as the combination of online and traditional classroom instruction is the future trend for higher education. Further, an increasing number of post-secondary institutions are using blended learning formats to engage and retain adult learners.
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