Resources for Hybrid Courses
Hybrid is defined as having 25%-75% of the course taught face to face, with the remaining taught online. Hybrid course delivery was chosen because it combines traditional face to face instructional activities with online learning activities and can capture the best features of both delivery models when well-planned and well-executed.
Designing an Online or Hybrid Course
All faculty teaching in fall 2020 have been added to a Blackboard Organization housing self-paced resources regarding the design and delivery of hybrid and online courses. These resources can be reviewed in about 3-4 hours and revisited as necessary throughout the development and facilitation of the course.
To find your organization, log into Blackboard, click on “Organizations” from the side menu and search for “Pivot to Fall.”
Synchronous Training Sessions
In addition to the self-paced resources within the Blackboard Organization, faculty will be invited to attend 90-minute synchronous training sessions covering the following topics. Register below for the sessions you wish to attend.
Designing Your Hybrid Course
Active Learning Techniques for the Online Setting
Technology Tools to Support Asynchronous Interaction
Group Work in the Online Setting
Using Panopto for Lecture Capture
Personal Consultations Available
Each Blackboard Organization will be assigned to a member of the Instructional Design and Technology (IDT) team at the Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning. If you'd like to meet with a member of the IDT team to discuss the design of your course, links and contact information will be made available within the Blackboard Organization.
To access your Blackboard Organization and to see available support resources, use the link below and login with your ULink ID.
If you have additional questions, contact Aimee Greene, assistant director of Instructional Design and Technology, at email@example.com or 502.852.4482.