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Hybrid Learning

General Tips & Considerations

Remember that the CITL team is here to help! If you have questions, run into issues, or want to talk through ideas, please send a request through CITL to set up a meeting with an instructional designer or email citl@wku.edu.


TIP #1

Utlize the Online & Hybrid Course Readiness Checklist to guide the development and design of your course

TIP #2

With the advent of COVID-19, CITL has equipped classes on campus with an IPEVO camera that allows faculty to zoom with students who are not in the classroom, as well as use it as a document camera and many other functions. Please watch the Classroom Tech video to learn more.

TIP #3

The hybrid format is likely to be new for most students. Explicit and consistent communication will be helpful to ensure that students feel comfortable with the new format. Be sure that course policies are adjusted to accommodate the hybrid modality and that policies are updated and explained in the syllabus. For more information, visit the syllabus section under Best Practices.

TIP #4

As you are developing your hybrid course for Fall 2020, please try to avoid the temptation to retrofit your face-to-face class into a hybrid model. This is not a 1:1 translation. With that in mind, you will likely find that you need to trim some content in order to optimize instruction in the hybrid modality.

TIP #5

As you plan for your in-person, physically distant classes there are new logistics to consider. Take a look at this list as a starting point.



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 Last Modified 8/12/20