In today’s technology-driven environment, academic institutions have numerous options for serving students who don’t fit the traditional mold. For years, traditional two- and four-year colleges have been offering full-time online courses in an effort to accommodate these nontraditional students, but career colleges have done so less frequently, as those programs require more hands-on learning. Now another method is quickly catching on across career college campuses — the blended learning model. This practice combines in-person education with Internet resources or online courses. If you’re considering implementing blended learning in the classroom, these are a few of the benefits for both your school and your students1.