This study is motivated by current curriculum demands in Indonesia and supports strategic research plans in macro policies for institutional development toward e-learning. Thus, the training was conducted in this study to improve lecturers’ competence in blended learning through several stages: the focus group discussion, the implementation of blended learning-based lectures, and evaluation. This study aims to investigate lecturers' understanding of blended learning and skills in using several platforms for blended learning-based lectures, the effectiveness of the training on blended learning to improve lecturers’ competence, and the impact of the blended-learning lectures on their students’ learning outcomes. The participants involved 30 lecturers and 67 students of Jabal Ghafur University, selected by purposive sampling. Data were collected through tests and questionnaires and analyzed descriptively. The results showed an increase in lecturers’ knowledge and skills in applying blended learning-based lectures. The lecturers’ and students’ responses to blended learning are also positive.
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