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Additional Resources

Valuable Online Resources and Reports

The Christensen Institute

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.

Blended Learning in Harvard College: A Pilot Study of Four Courses

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.

San Jose State University and MIT Blended Learning Study

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.

MOOCs in the Classroom

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.

U.S. Department of Education's Evaluation of Evidence-Based Practices in Online Learning

This report is a meta-analysis and review of online learning studies.

MIT's Institute-wide Task Force on the Future of MIT Education

HILT Lecture on Teaching Using Blended Learning Approaches

Vanderbilt University's Center for Teaching's Blended and Online Learning Page

News Articles

Example: MIT's Visualizing Japan Class