According to the 2022 Educause Horizon Report, instructional modalities will continue to evolve to meet the needs of a changing higher education landscape. Join researchers and authors of Planning for a Blended Future: A Research-Driven Guide for Educators and The Blended Institution of Higher Education: A Model for a Sustainable Institution to learn how blended learning supports students and how institutions can future-proof themselves by building the infrastructure for blended degree programs.Slides used in video
Joosten, T. & Weber, N. (2022, June 8) The future of higher education is blended [Video] Every Learner Everywhere and ASU Remote Faculty Summit. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSJ9SLMZScU&list=PLc9-1gBe1Xr_KX_6fu5NFtHi6IslxP3I3&index=4
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