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Brief description of hybrid courses for university students using both Blackboard and TaskStream as Learning Management System as required by the university.

Brief description of hybrid courses for university students using both Blackboard and TaskStream as Learning Management System as required by the university.

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    Hybrid Course Orientation Hybrid Course Orientation Presentation Transcript

    • What does it mean to be HYBRID?
    • Definition of Hybrid
      • Courses that combine face-to-face classroom instruction with online learning.
      • Some assignments and communication take place and are completed online
      • As a result, reduction in classroom seat time.
    • Definition of Hybrid
      • Hybrid courses use Blackboard and TaskStream as the primary distance learning tools.
      • Each instructor schedules the face to face meeting times within the time listed in the schedule of classes. The calendar will be announced at the first class meeting.
    • Rationale for Hybrid
      • Hybrid coursework is convenient
        • It accommodates students’ schedules – more flexible
        • Commuting time is decreased
      • Hybrid instructors report increased interaction
        • Among students
        • Between students and faculty
      • Hybrid may be more effective
        • Faculty and students report that students learn more in the Hybrid format than they do in their previous traditional class sections.
        • A lot of material is online to access beyond the face to face classes and beyond the semester
      • Note: Instructors who normally meet 100% f2f (face to face) may occasionally have an online day. 
      • This is NOT hybrid
      • Time requirements on your part are not decreased; flexibility is increased
    • Expectations for Hybrid
      • Be technology-literate
        • Familiar with software and hardware basics
        • Have dependable access to computer with high-speed Internet
      • Be dedicated to learning online technologies
        • Like the freedom and flexibility technology provides
        • Willing to work through technology ‘challenges’ without ‘giving up’
      • Be self-responsible
        • Hybrid courses require as much work time as f2f courses—manage your time well
        • Less seat time IN class + more OUTSIDE of class work time = more independence expected of you