The methods used in Blended Learning are numerous. Instead of listing them here, the respective profiles can be consulted (see above). The choice of method mainly depends on the target group but also on the subject of the training, on the intended length, etc.
For example, for a large target group (e.g. over 50 persons), the appropriate synchronous online event would be an online seminar instead of a group meeting. If participants cannot be expected to engage with the learning material in long sittings, but instead learn on the fly, for example while waiting for a bus or during a short break, then it is more appropriate to use Learning Nuggets (which only take a few minutes to complete) instead of Web-Based Training (which is often optimized for longer learning periods of 20 minutes or longer). If participants prefer reading a print document instead of working online, simple documents can be used for the asynchronous part of the Blended Learning.
Some relevant information can be found in the learning experience “Combining Synchronous and Asynchronous Working”. However, it is important to keep in mind that Blended Learning has a specific focus, which is learning.