To answer that question, we must first address another question: What is blended learning? Is blended learning simply a combination of classroom and e-learning?

Many people still consider blended learning to be learning that has two components. But today's blended learning is much more. It typically involves "multiple content components and delivery methods based on what is best for the type of learning being designed," 

Learning is a process.  Not a one-time training event. So when the Nash-Boyd Learning Solution  develops an e-Learning training for our customer, we build from the learners position of continuous learning.  

No doubt, with technology allowing for increased opportunities to “flip the classroom” and reach our learners at the moment of need, knowing how to effectively blend learning programs is a critical skill for training professionals. But did you ever wonder how to use more than one delivery methodology to enhance the effectiveness of your training?

What’s more, many of our learners use technology each and every day successfully, but do we even have to include technology in our blended learning programs? It may surprise you to find out what’s available in your organization when the Nash-Boyd Learning Solution helps you discover the different methods to deliver information.

Blended Learning

Like many of you, I have heard for years (maybe even decades) that blended learning is the answer to providing learning anywhere at any time. But is blended learning really the “magic bullet” we all seek?