Interesting presentation on blended learning. They mentioned the lack of a "strict" definition of "blended learning." One definition says that if 30% of the class is web-delivered, it's web-enhanced. When 30-80% is web-delivered, it is considered blended. More than 80% is considered an on-line class.
Sounds as though a lot of programs are trying to deal with the issues related additional fees for students who have a blended or online learning classes. Seems as though institutions are really in different places on this question: some institutions giving a hefty fee for online classes, and others making a deliberate choice not to charge students for this kind of delivery.