The classic "No significant difference" argument is used in this article to show that "blended" learning is at least as effective as "traditional" learning. This should get us to question how we assess learning. It seems to me we keep teaching (& learning) the wrong way; and we expect to propagate this to new modalities. There is a crisis in education: we'd better take notice and change. Blended learning (and e-learning in general) can act as the trigger for the needed change!