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Title Hybrid teaching and learning / Kathryn E. Linder, editor
Published San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, 2017
©2017
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Description 1 online resource (125 pages) : illustrations
Series New directions for teaching and learning, 1536-0768 ; no. 149
New directions for teaching and learning ; no. 149
Contents Fundamentals of hybrid teaching and learning / Kathryn E. Linder -- Evaluating the outcomes and impact of hybrid courses / t Patsy D. Moskal -- Hybrid platforms, tools, and resources / Kathryn E. Linder, Linda S. Bruenjes, Sarah A. Smith -- Assessing student learning in hybrid courses / Traci Stromie, Josie G. Baudier -- Training faculty to teach in hybrid settings / Kathryn E. Linder -- Hybrid learning at the community college / Jason Snart -- Collaborations among diverse support areas for hybrid success / Faye Haggar, Bruce Kelley, Weichao Chen -- Preparing students for success in hybrid learning environments with academic resource centers / Daniel Newman, Michael Dickinson -- Accessibility considerations for hybrid courses / Kirsten Behling -- Creating an online presence for hybrid support / Darin Jerke, Eric Mosterd -- Supporting institutional hybrid implementations / Thomas B. Cavanagh, Kelvin Thompson, Linda Futch
Summary "Hybrid (also called blended) classrooms, in which face-to-face interaction is intentionally combined with online activities to aid student learning, are becoming more and more common. Not only can hybrid courses help with cost-containment because of taking up less physical space on campus, but the hybrid model is also proving to be an environment that provides more self-directed, technology-mediated learning experiences for students who will increasingly be incorporating technology into their professional lives post-college. Although hybrid teaching and learning models are expanding on campuses across the United States (and internationally), faculty and administrators have few resources to consult when developing hybrid courses and curricula. In addition to helping explain and define the phenomenon of hybrid teaching and learning, this volume is organized around some of the most central questions of hybrid teaching and learning"--Back cover
"The trend toward using a hybrid approach to teaching and learning is gaining momentum. Some of this is due to the fact, most certainly, that technology is advancing to the point where new pedagogies are developing. But also, educators who use a hybrid approach can take advantage of ways to modify the learning environment to better engage students. This issue focuses on the concept of using hybrid teaching and learning and explores many of the models and best practices along with guidance about what institutions and faculty can do to take advantage of this approach to learning"--Page 3
Notes "Special issue."
"Spring 2017."
Online version lacks cover
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (Wiley Online Library Web site, viewed on March 17, 2017)
Subject Blended learning.
Education, Higher -- Computer-assisted instruction.
Learning -- Methodology.
Teaching -- Methodology.
Form Electronic book
Author Linder, Kathryn E., editor
ISBN 1119376262 (electronic bk.)
9781119376262 (electronic bk.)