College for Professional Studies
Master of Education
School of Education and Counseling
Thesis - Open Access
Number of Pages
Classroom-based training by itself is becoming too costly and difficult to manage. Organizations that embrace a blended learning model of training increase employee learning by utilizing a combination of technology and face-to-face classroom facilitation. It is the responsibility of the training manager to design a blended learning program that is cost effective, strategically efficient, and yields motivated, skilled, and productive employees. In this project, this researcher provides data that leadership can use to make an informed decision on training strategies using the blended learning format. A PowerPoint presentation contains definitions and discussions about various electronic learning platforms, instructional design, and adult learning theory.
Date of Award
© Harold Snowden
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Snowden, Harold, "Blended Learning in a Corporate Training Environment" (2009). Student Publications. 112.