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Blended Learning
in the Liberal Arts

A Forum for Blended Learning Pioneers at Liberal Arts Colleges


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Why blended learning?

I thought that the exercises we did during class time helped me understand material better, and the online practice problems were a great resource when I was preparing for the exam.

student at Macalester College

I like that the bulk of our learning occurred through OLI. It allowed us to take our time and thoroughly learn the concepts. I think important material can go in one ear and out the other in a classroom environment because you are one of many, not called upon to exercise or demonstrate knowledge, and not going at your own pace.

student at Smith College

What's New:

Bryn Mawr College's TIDES Project (Teaching to Increase Diversity and Equity in STEM initiative) is featured in the new issue of AAC&U, Diversity & Democracy on Gender Equity in Higher...

The wait is over! Visit Bryn Mawr College's repository to view recordings of presentations and slides from presenters....

The fourth annual Blended Learning in the Liberal Arts Conference, hosted at Bryn Mawr College from May 20 to May 21, included a keynote address, panel discussions and various workshops.