Blended learning: efficient, timely and cost effective

  title={Blended learning: efficient, timely and cost effective},
  author={Kevin L. Lothridge and Jamie Fox and Eileen Fynan},
  journal={Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences},
  pages={407 - 416}
Blended learning involves leveraging multiple platforms to deliver training content to learners. Blending online theoretical content with hands-on practical application or mentor-based instruction is an efficient, cost-effective delivery method for workforce training. Using the training methodology established by the US Army, NFSTC has developed a model for training programs targeted to the forensic science and law enforcement community. The benefits of using a blended approach within these… Expand
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