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Blended Learning


Our educational technologists can help you find and/or develop digital textbooks, quizzes, tutorials and other interactive learning materials and incorporate them into courses and your teaching workflow. Bryn Mawr College is a recognized national leader in exploring ways that "blended learning," or the combination of online and in-person teaching approaches, can improve student learning outcomes and faculty and student experiences. Our particular focus has been on using blended learning to support learner-centered pedagogies, such as active learning, peer- or project-based learning, and universal design for learning. 

Some curricular development funding is available for projects that need resources not currently available on campus, and we can also help recruit and train students to serve as technology teaching assistants as needed.

Getting Started

  • Request a Consultation by clicking the button and filling out the online form. A member of the Educational Technology Services team will contact you to set up an appointment. Describing the kinds of materials you are looking for, the assignments you would like to develop and/or the technologies you are interested in using will help us connect you with the most appropriate person.
  • For project ideas and information about what other liberal arts college faculty and staff have done in this area, see:


If you have problems with the Request a Consultation option, visit or contact the Help Desk (, 610-626-7440, Canaday first floor).

ETS staff also hold weekly office hours on Mondays from 3:30-5pm in Canaday 315. Faculty, students and staff are encouraged to drop by with any educational technology related questions.