A project aimed at revolutionising digital learning at Myerscough College continues to be a great success.
Myerscough has been leading a European funded project to develop and test innovative blended work-based learning. The BLEND project aims to develop, share and test high quality blended work based delivery models over a three-year period, with other project partners in Holland, Finland and Spain. The project will end in 2018.
The aim of the project is to embed and mainstream the innovation and adaptation of work based learning, whilst continuing to advance and understand more about pedagogical approaches in the workplace, advances in the application of new learning technologies and opportunities for collaborative learning.
The BLEND project consortium is co-ordinated by Myerscough College, with input from partners including a private training provider in Holland, IPC Groeme Ruimte; a land based vocational college in Finland, KPEDU; and experts in e learning technology, The Galician Supercomputing Centre.
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by Dave Salmon