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


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