Vol 5, No 2 (2009)

Special Issue on Blended Learning, Part II

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

Table of Contents


Introduction to the Special Issue on Blended Learning, Part II PDF
Karen Swan 1-2

Articles: Special Issue

Finding the Recipe for the Best Blend: The Evolution and Assessment of a Blended Master’s Degree Program PDF
Camille Ramsey, Andrew Hawkins, Lynn Housner, Robert Wiegand, Sean Bulger 3-26
Increasing Access to Graduate Education: A Blended MSW Program PDF
Paul Freddolino, Christina Blaschke, Sally Rypkema 27-50
Blended Program Development: Applying the Quality Matters and Community of Inquiry Frameworks to Ensure High Quality Design and Implementation PDF
Glen Bogle, Vickie Cook, Scott Day, Karen Swan 51-66
Comparing Online Learning with Blended Learning in a Teacher Training Program PDF
Susan Kirwin, Julie Swan, Nicholas Breakwell 67-74
Access Strategy for Blended E-learning: An AIOU Case Study PDF
Nazir Sangi 75-91
Using Cognitive Apprenticeship to Provide Faculty Development in the Use of Blended Learning PDF
Carianne Hayslett, Ed O'Sullivan, Heidi Schweizer, Janna Wrench 92-117

Full Issue

RCETJ Vol. 5, No. 2 PDF (2MB)

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