Vol 5, No 1 (2009)

Special Issue on Blended Learning, Part I

The first part of this special issue focuses on blended learning at the classroom level. Guest Edited by Karen Swan.


Table of Contents


Introduction to the Special Issue on Blended Learning PDF
Karen Swan 1-3

Articles: Special Issue

Blending with Purpose: The Multimodal Model PDF
Anthony Picciano 4-14
On Offering a Blended Cell Biology Course PDF
Gerald Bergtrom 15-21
The Saga of Two Professors Co-Teaching a Blended Course PDF
Murray Blank, Conrad Boyle 22-33
Blended Learning in a Digital World: Writing and Research for the Facebook Generation PDF
Dan Kulmala, Andy Stanton 34-41
Using Blended Learning to Ensure Consistency and Quality in Multiple Course Sections PDF
Karen Perrin, Laura Rusnak, Shenghua Zha, David Lewis, Sandhya Srinivasan 42-48
Using a Blended Approach to Teach Research Methods: The Impact of Integrating Web-Based and In-Class Instruction PDF
Mary McVey 49-56
Advanced Technical Writing: Blending Virtual Communities PDF
Reneta Lansiquot 57-63
Third Space: Blended Teaching and Learning PDF
Debra Mayes Pane 64-92

Full Issue

RCETJ Vol. 5, No. 1 PDF (3MB)

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