Blended learning to increase flexibility in initial police training and development

Vivien Martin

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A blended learning project including elearning materials is intended to increase flexibility in a professional development course currently delivered face-to-face, in universities and in the workplace. These new materials are intended to be provided in a blend with paper-based and interpersonal elements to enable participants to learn effectively at any time and in any place. The anticipated benefits of the project are outlined, together with the process for development of materials, some of the financial considerations, staff development needs and the schedule. What has been learnt so far is discussed and a number of associated issues are identified.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLearning and Teaching Conference 2007
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2007
EventLearning and Teaching Conference 2007 - Brighton, UK
Duration: 13 Jul 2007 → …


ConferenceLearning and Teaching Conference 2007
Period13/07/07 → …


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