The Blended Learning Handbook was developed to accompany a series of blended learning workshops facilitated by the Centre for Teaching and Learning at the University of Alberta. It is a derivative work ofcontent from The BlendKit Reader, edited by Dr. Kelvin Thompson, available under a CC-BY-NC-SA 3.0 license.

Additional workshop materials are included as an appendix to the book, which was transitioned from PDFs and websites to a single book format hosted in the Pressbooks publishing platform.

View the Blended Learning Handbook

Client

The Centre for Teaching and Learning at the University of Alberta, Canada.

My Role

Educational Developer

  • fork content from PDFs and websites into the Pressbooks platform
  • adapt materials for local use at the University of Alberta
  • manage attribution statements for copyright and Creative Commons compliance
  • development of three faculty development workshops that utilize the open textbook materials: What will my blend be?; Blended Interactions; and Mixing Assessments