Blended learning: ten tips on how to implement it into a curriculum in healthcare education

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Blended learning : ten tips on how to implement it into a curriculum in healthcare education. / Hege, Inga; Tolks, Daniel; Adler, Martin ; Härtl, Anja.

in: GMS Journal for Medical Education, Jahrgang 37, Nr. 5, Doc45, 15.09.2020.

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title = "Blended learning: ten tips on how to implement it into a curriculum in healthcare education",
abstract = "Blended learning is a meaningful combination of online and face-to-face teaching and learning. In this article we summarize relevant aspects of this format and provide ten tips for educators and curriculum developers on implementing a blended learning curriculum in healthcare education. These general tips are derived from our experience and the available literature and cover the planning and implementation process.",
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