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That’s a wrap!

Neil Hughes summarises the learning for this week and explains next week's focus.
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This week, with the help of our experts from around the world, we have explored the commonalities and some of the differences between blended, hybrid and flipped learning. We also discovered that it can be useful to think of these models of teaching and learning in terms of four interacting dimensions: time, space, technology and pedagogy.

What’s coming up in Blended and Hybrid Learning Design in Higher Education?

Next week, we will turn our attention to the first three of these dimensions: time, space and technology.

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