Crisis scenarios require the flexible adaption of learning concepts to the given situation. The blended learning concept comprises of both traditional classroom teaching/learning and e-learning approaches, and provides the flexibility required throughout different crisis scenarios. As such, there are many variants of this educational approach: complete classroom replacement, e-learning with classroom time supplement, e-learning at the institution campus, continuous rotation of classroom and e-learning periods, etc. This means that classroom time is reduced (or even eliminated) with a significant amount of time being dedicated to teaching via online platforms (such as learning management systems or other digital resources). Of course, to define which educational tools and approaches to use (and when) depends on the given situation and requires re-thinking and reconsideration of the teaching and learning process within the product design domain.