Seeking Evidence of Impact in Blended Learning: New Models, Designs, and Results

Tuesday, February 04 | 10:15AM–11:00AM | Napoleon Ballroom
Session Type: Professional Development

The presenters will describe their work over the past two years with 53 researchers in blended learning from all over the world. The result of the project was the book Blended Learning Research Perspectives: Volume II, which summarizes the evidence of impact in blended learning in numerous educational settings and extends the scope of research in this area. Topics include scaling blended learning, long-haul impact in specific disciplines, improved pedagogy, nontraditional settings, and international perspectives on blended learning.


OUTCOMES: Gain basic insights into the latest research on blended learning * Learn about a number of effective strategies and designs for conducting blended learning research that can be implemented at your institution


  • Charles Dziuban

    Director RITE, University of Central Florida
  • Tony Picciano

    Professor, The Graduate Center (CUNY)

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