Evolution of Blended Learning
1922
1922
Penn state started courses offered through the radio.
1953
1953
University of Houston started developing televised courses.
1982
1982
Computer Assisted Learning Center (CALC) was established which offered offline computer-based learning.
1995
1995
CALC evolved into CalCampus and offered the first fully online course.
2007
2007
Allison introduced the first maiden Massive Online Open Course (MOOC).
Since then, many institutes have adopted online learning to overcome the limitations of classroom learning. But in doing so, they miss out on advantages of interactive classroom activities important for soft-skills development.

Thus, we at TrainingFirst have adopted the blended learning approach to offer our clients and users the benefits of both online and classroom learning.
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