In addition to explaining and defining the phenomenon of hybrid teaching and learning, this volume answers:
What is hybrid teaching and learning?
How does it promote student learning?
Why should faculty and administrators consider it?
How are its components different from traditional classrooms?
What are the best practices of hybrid course design?
How can instructors incorporate accessibility into their hybrid courses?
What models can be used to train faculty as hybrid teachers?
Where is it being practiced?
How can institutions best prepare students for and promote their success in hybrid courses?
Who should be involved in implementing and supporting these initiatives at the institutional level?
This is the 149th volume of this Jossey–Bass higher education series. It offers a comprehensive range of ideas and techniques for improving college teaching based on the experience of seasoned instructors and the latest findings of educational and psychological researchers.
EDITOR S NOTE 7Kathryn E. Linder
1. Fundamentals of Hybrid Teaching and Learning 11Kathryn E. Linder
2. Evaluating the Outcomes and Impact of Hybrid Courses 19Patsy D. Moskal
3. Hybrid Platforms, Tools, and Resources 27Kathryn E. Linder, Linda S. Bruenjes, Sarah A. Smith
4. Assessing Student Learning in Hybrid Courses 37Traci Stromie, Josie G. Baudier
5. Training Faculty to Teach in Hybrid Settings 47Kathryn E. Linder
6. Hybrid Learning at the Community College 59Jason Snart
7. Collaborations Among Diverse Support Areas for Hybrid Success 69Faye Haggar, Bruce Kelley, Weichao Chen
8. Preparing Students for Success in Hybrid Learning Environments with Academic Resource Centers 79Daniel Newman, Michael Dickinson
9. Accessibility Considerations for Hybrid Courses 89Kirsten Behling
10. Creating an Online Presence for Hybrid Support 103Darin Jerke, Eric Mosterd
11. Supporting Institutional Hybrid Implementations 111Thomas B. Cavanagh, Kelvin Thompson, Linda Futch