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IEPA 050 Reading and Writing is a high-intermediate and low-advanced course for non-native English speakers – international students heading for the U.S. colleges and universities. Typically, I have from 16 to 20 students and we meet three times per week … Continue reading
These are just tentative ideas on work in progress, which is to design a new hybrid course for international students – learners of English. I’d like to address “Online Course Design Pitfall #5” written by Elizabeth St. Germain in response … Continue reading
As a librarian I see a lot of different habits and workflows when it comes to finding and organizing information from the web. No matter what discipline we might be in or position we might hold in academia, we all … Continue reading
Yes, really! CH 231 will be offered at Oregon State University in a hybrid format in Winter 2014. CH 231 is the first term of a three-course sequence comprising a year of science-majors general chemistry. Between 3 and 7 sections … Continue reading
Instructors who teach large-enrollment Bacc Core Courses are encouraged to submit proposals to participate in the Spring 2013 Hybrid Faculty Learning Community. Access the Request for Proposals for the Hybrid Course Development Pilot Program.
Thinking about teaching a hybrid course? Wondering how to link online and classroom learning to engage students? Interested in the latest innovations in online and blended learning? Head over to the OSU Center for Teaching and Learning’s Hybrid Course Initiative … Continue reading