Designing a Hybrid Course
The Center for Learning and Teaching (CLT) in support of our college's e-Learning efforts provides support for faculty in designing and developing hybrid and web-enhanced courses. If you are interested in pursuing the design of a hybrid course, please refer to the college's Hybrid Course Development Model (PDF).
Note: A hybrid course must be listed as "AND WEB" in the course schedule.
The following options are in place for faculty who are interested in creating a hybrid or web-enhanced course:
A hybrid course redesign project requires faculty to apply for a Teaching & Learning Innovation (TLI) grant in order to receive funding, time, and support. Hybrid redesign projects typically entail 50-500 hours of faculty work to complete and reduces student in-class seat-time while increasing online activities and communications.
A web-based assignment or course activity for a web-enhanced course. This is an option for a faculty member who wishes to integrate an e-Learning component into their face-to-face course. These projects typically entail between 5-10 hrs of faculty work to complete. If you are interested in this option please contact Amy Roche (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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