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That’s a wrap!

Professor Hughes summarises the learning for this week and explains next week's focus.
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This week, we have considered time, space and technology and explored their relevance to blended learning. We have looked at the difference between synchronous and asynchronous time and explored how learning spaces have been transformed in recent years. As regards technology, we have explored the vast educational technology market and identified criteria to use when selecting technologies for your own context of teaching and learning. Finally, with the help of Neil Selwyn, we have interrogated some of the key philosophical questions of concern in this area.

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

Next week, we focus on our fourth and arguably most important dimension of blended learning, pedagogy.

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