Hybrid Learning: Course Design and Faculty Development
Venue: Online Webcast
|Event Date/Time: Mar 24, 2011|
Hybrid learning models are one of the fastest-growing delivery modes in higher education. The growth of hybrid models has been fueled in large part by students with differing technology comfort levels, institutions with physical space constraints, and an increase in the demand for more scheduling options.
In order to successfully launch a hybrid learning initiative, institutions must have several components in place: a hybrid (re)design faculty development program, 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. Discussion topics will include:
* An overview of the hybrid model and the 21st-century learner
* Guidelines and best practices for institutional implementation: marketing to students, student readiness, and quality assurance
* A ready-to-use hybrid redesign program
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Faculty developers, instructional designers and technologists, and e-learning administrators at the developmental stages of adopting hybrid learning.
HYBRID LEARNING CHECKLIST
You will leave this webcast with a hybrid learning (re)design process checklist, which will incorporate steps to effectively map your course and ensure quality assurance and alignment standards.