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Integrating an Integrative Strategic Experience

The title is a play off the course that I am hybridizing this spring for delivery in the fall. The course is BA 466 – Integrative Strategic Experience. This is the capstone course for undergraduates in the College of Business … Continue reading

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Human Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory Hybrid

I am creating a hybrid course for Z341 – Human Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory. This course is in high demand on campus and the on campus version is waitlisted every year. In some ways it seems as though a laboratory … Continue reading

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Introduction to Political Theory: the hybrid version

I am developing a hybrid version of my course, Introduction to Political Theory (PS 206).  This is a fairly standard course, taught on most college and university campuses across the country.  There are typically  two main ways of organizing the … Continue reading

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taking intro to public health hybrid

H100 is Introduction to Public Health in our college.  Traditionally, it was taught to undergraduates in our two public health degree programs.  A couple of years ago, it became required for them, raising the census to about 200 in the … Continue reading

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