Event Date/Time: Sep 28, 2009 End Date/Time: Sep 28, 2009
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Students with demanding schedules and various technology comfort levels, institutions with physical space constraints, and demand for more flexible scheduling options make the hybrid instructional learning model one of the fastest growing delivery modes in higher education. In order to successfully launch a hybrid learning initiative, several components must be in place: a hybrid (re)design faculty development program, pedagogical and technical support of instructional technologies, and a sound institutional implementation plan.

Join us online to learn how to address each of these critical components and others including:

* An introduction and overview of hybrid learning: an overview of the model and the 21st century learner
* Guidelines and best practices for institutional implementation: marketing to students, student readiness, copyright, hybrid learning quality assurance
* Ready-to-use hybrid redesign program: seven-components program to be used in assisting faculty members with designing or redesigning a course for the hybrid model


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Who Should Attend: Faculty developers, instructional designers, e-learning coordinators, faculty members, deans, administrators, and instructional technologists will learn to: * Articulate the benefits of a hybrid learning instructional delivery model, including its potential to address 21st century learners and institutional needs * Identify the various components of a successful faculty development (re)design program * Identify best practices and considerations for developing a sound institutional hybrid learning implementation plan