Blended learning (the cooperation between online and offline modes of education and content delivery) has proved successful in many higher ed disciplines but not in design education i.< 3(b:l) aims to establish a new and inclusive narrative of blended learning and to generate a toolkit to be used for successful implementation of blended learning methods in design schools.
i.< 3(b:l) research and analysis activities will take place within the School of Architecture and Design at RMIT, Melbourne throughout 2016. We will be enlisting students, staff and digital ninjas to participate in workshops and information-gathering exercises to aid our objectives.
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