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Valuable Online Resources and Reports
The Christensen Institute has created a blended learning course that is available on Khan Academy. This course focuses primarily on how to use blended learning models effectively in K-12 classrooms. They also have created a number of downloadable resources on blended learning.
The Bok Center for Teaching and Learning at Harvard University conducted a pilot study of four courses that integrated HarvardX courses into their face-to-face classrooms in a blended format.
This is a report about how Anant Agarwal's 6.002x Circuits and Electronics course was used in a San Jose State University residential class.
Ithaka S+R conducted a rigorous study on the use of MOOCs in a blended learning format at the University of Maryland. They found that student outcomes were better in course sections that blended online course materials into residential courses.
This report is a meta-analysis and review of online learning studies.