Blended learning

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Organisational Development
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Learning materials
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Personal Development
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Innovation and Creativity
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Learning Organisations
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Employability and Future Skills
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Learning Region Strategies
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One of the main goals of the network VerA is to create a new learning culture through the introduction of new media in the education and further education. Thereby blended learning is introduced within the framework of qualification for the multipliers. Experience has shown that e-learning only has a limited learning efficiency. In blended learning e-learning, attendance courses and different learning media are combined with eachother.

The learner is given the possibility to adapt his learning individually through learning in phases of attendance, over WBT, CBT or print media. Blended learning is a concept in which e-learning and classical forms are combinded with eachother. The benefits of the method are:
- learning and working independent of place and time
- problem and result oriented learning over simulative and project oriented learning forms
- up dates guarantee the up-to-dateness
- individual and organisational learning at the same time
- intuitive networking of the system
- target oriented combination of classical and technologic supported learning methods
- steering of learning processes independent of place and time
- individual learning corresponding to the personal skill level and learning speed
- efficient knowledge management