New case study: Blended Learning

15 August 2017

Blended learning offers humanitarian organisations a cost-effective way of providing greater access to capacity strengthening. The widespread use of online platforms has inspired innovative approaches to learning, resulting in more engaged learner communities and the extension of learner-directed programmes. Learning and development specialists are already looking to a future where intelligent learning platforms offer not only a space where participants can share their learning experiences and provide feedback to one another in real time, but are also able to capture and curate that learning, generating a resource of support and guidance that future users can easily access.

This case study by the Humanitarian Leadership Academy reflects on examples from the sector taken from material in the public arena, interviews with learning specialists and published work, and presents the challenges and opportunities the future will bring.

Read the case study here