Research in Blended Learning (RiBL) project
The RiBL project conducts state-of-the-art research to foster the scientific development of the area of technology-enhanced business as well as supporting practical implementation of blended learning across Copenhagen Business School (CBS). In particular, RiBL develops new knowledge about models, principles, and policies combining ground-breaking research with practical implementation to impact upon and improve approaches to blended teaching and learning at CBS and internationally.
The aim of the RiBL project is to conduct state-of-the-art research to provide the ground for practical implementation of blended learning and to develop the area of business education scientifically across CBS. RiBL aims to ensure that teaching and learning at CBS supports students and graduates in developing the skills, knowledge and dispositions to function productively in the workplace both within the conventional economy and the emergent digital platform economy. RiBL develops new knowledge about models, principles, and policies of technology-enhanced learning and teaching combining ground-breaking research with practical implementation. Working in partnership with ‘blue-chip’ organisations and funders and front-running research centres internationally, RiBL takes forward a programme of research and development to impact upon and improve approaches to teaching and learning at CBS and internationally.