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Designing and Developing Digital and Blended Learning Solutions

Understand the growing role of technology in L&D and discover how to deliver digital blended learning solutions.

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Imprint: CIPD - Kogan Page
EAN: 9781843984221
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Format: EPUB
118 pages

About the book

Designing and Developing Digital and Blended Learning Solutions is essential reading for anyone studying the Level 5 CIPD L&D module of the same name as well as all learning and development professionals looking to understand the growing role of technology in L&D. Covering both current and emerging learning technologies, this book will help readers assess which technologies are right for their needs. It also covers how to design blended learning solutions, how to develop digital learning content as well as how to evaluate the effectiveness of this digital content.

Most importantly, Designing and Developing Digital and Blended Learning Solutions provides guidance on how to implement digital and blended learning solutions including identifying the appropriate platforms and the roles, tools and processes needed to support effective implementation. Full of practical examples and advice, this is an invaluable guide for students and practitioners alike.

About the authors

Mark Loon

Dr. Mark Loon is a faculty member at Bath Business School, Bath Spa University. He holds a PhD and a DBA as well as an MBA. His expertise is in organisational behaviour and his primary research area is in the use of technology in learning and teaching in higher education, learning in the workplace, higher-order thinking dispositions, and leadership development. His secondary research area is within the organisational context that includes organisational learning and change, dynamic capabilities, and business model innovation.

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