Integration: Blended learning can be easily distinguished from other forms by the simple fact that it always encompasses two parts – a. Online learning b. Face –to-face learning. There are many programs, which offer this feature, but then it cannot be termed as a blended learning course. The time spent on both the components must be roughly equal to get the best results.
Interdependence: Both the above mentioned components cannot be work individually. Both the factors must balance one another, keeping this mind courses are designed in such a way that you cannot advance without learning through both the components. This way optimum benefits can be achieved and learners can make effective use of the course material.
Information: Recognized as documenting and reporting, this can help you evaluate how much you are learning from both components of blended learning. They are available online easily as digital footprint from your elearning services provider website. Also, more varied information means a better learning curve which takes into account all the necessary steps to achieve the final goals.