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Blended is Still Best: Review of Literature and Commentary on Optimal Learning Environments

  title={Blended is Still Best: Review of Literature and Commentary on Optimal Learning Environments},
  author={David Skelton},
Blended learning environments are now the norm in most information systems schools. Blended learning environments are constantly changing as a wide array of technical and social influences bear upon our universities and colleges. This study describes a widely based literature review of the blended learning environment, particularly as it pertains to information systems teaching and learning as well as implications for information technology planning for universities. This literature review was… 
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