Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (TeLEd) research group
TeLEd Monthly Research Series

Blended Learning: There are reasons for this even without a pandemic

This exciting instance of the TeLEd Monthly Event Series will feature Ingunn Lunde, Professor of Russian Language and Literature, and Mark Price, Professor of Psychology, who will be talking about their experiences with blended learning. Both of them started blending their courses well before the pandemic and will be sharing some of their reasons for teaching in a blended environment and what they feel has made them successful in doing it.

Ingunn Lunde and Mark Price
Ingunn Lunde and Mark Price
Photo Credit: Pinar Heggernes and Mark Price

Main content

Blended Learning has become one of the major innovations in teaching and learning in higher education over the last decade, with considerable research showing that it leads to better learning outcomes than both traditional face-to-face and fully online courses. With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, blended learning has become an even more prominent mode of course design. Join two of UiB’s pioneers in blended learning, as they share their insights and experiences.

The event will be online via Zoom - see link below