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Blended Learning for Academic Resilience in Times of Disaster or Crisis

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Abstract: Blended learning can provide academic resilience in times of natural disaster, civil emergency, and crisis. While blended pedagogies are widely used in tertiary settings, very little has been written about the role of blended learning in times of crisis, or the pedagogical challenges of rapid course redesign to mitigate disruptive circumstances. This case study describes the immediate post-earthquake challenges of redesigning courses using different blends of face-to-face and online... More
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
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Date Added to MERLOT: June 04, 2013
Date Modified in MERLOT: May 13, 2014
Authors:
Send email to nicki.dabner@canterbury.ac.nz
Send email to philippa.buckley@canterbury.ac.nz
Send email to julie.mackey@canterbury.ac.nz
Send email to des.breeze@canterbury.ac.nz
Send email to fiona.gilmore@canterbury.ac.nz
Submitter: Julia Zammit
Keywords: blended learning, emergency response, disaster planning

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