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AbstractBlended learning is often considered to be too costly to meet teaching in the traditional context. This paper questions such an assertion by examining the outcome and reflecting on the use of HTML and podcasts to replace a single traditional accounting lecture. The context was staff absence due to illness at the very end of a module, but the relevance could equally apply to student absences – can students make up for a missed lecture?
Fox, RP 2010, 'Blended learning: out of the lab?' . (Unpublished)