[T.E.L.L.] The Hybrid Course: A new breed of animal?
The next T.E.L.L. session will be Tuesday March 27 12:00-1:00 pm PST. Join Gina Bennett, elearning specialist with the College of the Rockies for “The Hybrid Course: A new breed of animal?” Here’s a brief description of this upcoming webinar:
What exactly is a “hybrid course”? Is it the same as a “blended course”? Why do institutions and teachers decide to use a hybrid delivery, and why do students take such courses? In this session we’ll explore the what, where, when, and why of hybrid courses. Using the experience of BC educators, we’ll also hope to find out who’s working with hybrid approaches and benefit from their experience of what’s working and what’s challenging about being a hybrid. This session will be of interest to educators who have no experience with hybrid approaches; for educators who know a bit but need some hints on how to get started; and for experienced hybrid educators who are willing to share their secrets.
How do I participate?
No need to register! Just bring yourself, your lunch, put on your headset and connect with your computer to the session via our ETUG Collaborate Meeting Room. Use this Guest link: https://sas.elluminate.com/m.jnlp?sid=727&password=M.8BB0A08544A89B280F30DAB935B03D
The session will be recorded and shared. Updates will be posted by ETUG on Twitter.
Check the Blackboard Collaborate support site for assistance on how to connect and participate.
Here is a blog summary of the March T.e.l.l. Session http://etug.ca/2012/03/28/t-e-l-l-march-summary-blendedhybrid-learning-a-new-breed-of-animal/
If you have a presentation or a workshop already developed and are interested in facilitating a Lunch n’ Learn or sharing resources you’ve developed get in touch with Leva Lee (email@example.com).
Stay tuned for more Lunch n’ Learn sessions taking place the last Tuesday of each month.
This series is part of Opening Education, a BCcampus initiative to bring together individuals interested in open educational curriculum development, publishing, teaching, and administrative practices.