Blended Learning 

The Clinical Research Network West Midlands favours a blended learning approach that not only offers flexibility to learners, but also ensures individual learning styles are met, maximising on learning potential, through mixed modality delivery.  

What does Blended Learning actually mean? 

Blended learning also known as 'hybrid' learning, is a combination of online learning and offline (face to face) learning and is usually made up of three components. 

Active learning  

Digital learning objects 

Self-directed learning 

Blended learning enables us to mix multiple learning modalities, so we can offer learners the best of both worlds and accommodate all types of learning styles.  

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What are the benefits? 

Blended learning allows us to facilitate learning in a way that is more reflective of how people learn.