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|Title:||Blended learning with technology||Authors:||van der Merwe, A
|Keywords:||blended learning;teaching and learning;higher education;South Africa||Issue Date:||2015||Publisher:||Universities South Africa||Source:||Van der Merwe, A., Bozalek, V., Ivala, E., Nagel, L., Peté, M. & Vanker, C. 2015. Blended learning with technology. In Kilfoil, W.R. (Ed.). (2015). Moving beyond the hype: A contextualised view of learning with technology in higher education. Pretoria: Universities South Africa: 11-15.||Abstract:||Blended learning is a well-known term, but not always well understood. This article seeks to provide some recommendations, a clear definition of this approach to teaching and learning, international trends, some affordances, as well as costs, some examples of its use within the different higher education contexts in SouthAfrica, as well as a glossary and references for further reading.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/11189/5139
|Appears in Collections:||Prof. Eunice Ivala|
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