Whilst blended learning is nothing new in the L&D world, as a direct result of the Covid-19 pandemic it has become a much talked about topic. However, does blended learning need to change given that physical face-to-face learning is no longer a reality? Workplace learning has changed and is still changing, so where does this leave blended learning? Here, Judith Christian-Carter takes a look at how blended learning needs to change and why.

Whilst blended learning is nothing new in the L&D world, as a direct result of the Covid-19 pandemic it has become a much talked about topic. However, does blended learning need to change given that physical face-to-face learning is no longer a reality? Workplace learning has changed and is still changing, so where does this leave blended learning? Here, Judith Christian-Carter takes a look at how blended learning needs to change and why.

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