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Contains the keyword Blended learning

Keppell M, Souter K, Riddle M. Physical and virtual learning spaces in higher education : concepts for the modern learning environment. Hershey, Pa.: Information Science Reference; 2012.

"This book documents real-world experiences of innovators in higher education who have redesigned spaces for learning and teaching, including physical, virtual, formal, informal, blended, flexible, and time sensitive factors." Also available electronically through IGI Global's portal.

Wang FL, Fong J, Kwan R. Handbook of research on hybrid learning models: Advanced tools, technologies, and applications. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference; 2010. Abstract

"Hybrid learning is the single greatest trend in education today, due to numerous educational advantages when both traditional classroom learning and e-learning are implemented collectively."