Blended Online Learning (BOL)

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Blended Online Learning (BOL) offers both asynchronous and synchronous modalities. Students are able to learn at their own pace anytime and anywhere but have the option of joining real-time face-to-face virtual online classes where everyone meets just as they would in a brick-and-mortar classroom in the traditional blended learning format. The first Massive Open Online Courses (MMOOCs) were designed in the BOL way. The MOOCs consisted of real-time online meetings and discussions in various personal learning environments. Participants of the first MOOCs created learning environments using blogs, wikis, Moodle, Second Life and met in social groups they created on Facebook, Google, and on Yahoo. The rationale behind MOOCs is to brings participants to learn together online in an open learning environment. WizIQ is perfect for MOOCs because it offers both the synchronous and asynchronous learning environments.



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