InfoNet Newsletter 1/2015: Blended Learning

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InfoNet Editorial Board | 03.02.2015 | European Affairs - News items

Blended learningThis issue of InfoNet Newsletter announces the recently published issue of the LLinE web magazine about Blended Learning. The issue carries articles on good blended learning practices and initiatives of European educators. Other articles deal with research about blended learning.

In his editorial article “Confessions of a blended learning simpleton” LLinE editor Markus Palmén writes:

“Once a trendy term like blended learning (certainly not a new thing but certainly a trendy one) spreads, there usually are less and less people who spare thought for what it actually means. In other words, catchphrases and excitement also breed simplification. This is why, in this issue, we have also tried to go deeper into the concept of blended learning and ask, if you will, some of those stupid questions about the essence of the method and its strengths and weaknesses.”

 In this InfoNet Newsletter we have highlighted three LLinE articles:


A number of other articles deal with the theme of the issue in different ways (You can access all of them here:

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InfoNet correspondents also write articles that are published directly at the InfoNet website. Since InfoNet Newsletter no. 7-2014 (late December) these articles have been uploaded (You can access all of them here:


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