Blended Learning in Practice is an e-journal showcasing innovative blended learning practice and research and is intended to appeal to all those who teach in further education and higher education, as well as to established pedagogic researchers.
The latest edition of Blended Learning in Practice can be found here:
Each issue contains a selection of pedagogic research papers, case studies and examples of blended learning techniques and a section inviting students to contribute articles relating to their experiences of teaching and learning.
We are particularly pleased that the journal offers our students the opportunity to have their views and experiences of teaching and learning in further and higher education shared with the wider academic community in a regular 'Student Voice' section.
We have deliberately adopted an e-journal format to make full use of a variety of multimedia approaches. Several sections in each issue contain links to audio-visual files which expand upon the traditional text-based content.
We welcome contributions to future issues of Blended Learning in Practice.
Email Dominic Bygate if you would like to contribute.