Blended learning can greatly benefit an organization because the flexibility of blended learning programs allows for delivering content in parts, learners can complete lessons on their own time, and organizations can save money by not needing to provide a teacher.

The eLearning Guild just released a new research report, Blended Learning in Practice, by Jennifer Hofmann, which delves into data collected in interviews with organizations in order to determine how to implement blended learning programs in organizations and the associated benefits and risks.

Blended learning is very flexible and can be applied in a variety of ways. Download Blended Learning in Practice to find out if the blended learning approach will benefit your organization.