Epic – blended learning and knowledge solutions

I found this via a white paper on Blended Learning from the Epic web site. This could be helpful when you’re looking at which components of your learning plan should/could be online and which could be offline. Their three categories are: (1) Offline (face-to-face) (2) Offline (Individual work) and (3) Online.

I think the online category may be better if it were split between synchronous and asynchronous (or individual and group work). None the less, you could easily use it as is or add the fourth category and use this as a good planning tool for your blended learning.


Epic – blended learning and knowledge solutions

Published by Mike Taylor

Born with a life-long passion for learning, I have the great fortune to work at the intersection of learning, design, technology & collaboration.

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