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Workshop: Blending Your Teaching with Instructional Media

Want to know how to create instructional media for your on-campus courses and to learn best practices of hybrid, flipped and blended course design and teaching? CTL and Academic Technology invite you to explore the new Faculty Media Center to … Continue reading

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Legal Environment of Business

My hybrid course is a version of one of our core business classes: the legal environment of business. This course is taught at the 200 level, so it will have mostly second year students, and is usually around 50 students … Continue reading

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Figuring it out as I go… hybridizing WR 324

WR 324 is an intermediate fiction writing class. The prerequisite is 224, Introductory Fiction Writing.  324 is a Bacc Core (though not a WIC) class, so it attracts a mix of students.  Most of them enjoyed the intro class and … Continue reading

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Intro to Design Management at a Glance

What is Design Management and Why it is Important? Design is integral to the success of any organization or business, as it functions both as a process (design as a verb) and product or service (design as a noun). Design … Continue reading

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My hybrid course in a nutshell

FIN 441 talks about financial institutions such as banks, insurance companies, and investment funds, etc. Students will learn how financial institutions operate and why their efficient operation is important to the economy. The course is offered in the fall (2 … Continue reading

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General Human Nutrition (NUTR 225) in a nutshell

General Human Nutrition (NUTR 225) is a 3-credit course designed for non-nutrition majors. NUTR 225 addresses the relationship of food and nutrients to the promotion of health and fitness across the lifespan, with emphasis on the young adult. Current issues … Continue reading

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Avoid a common pitfall of hybrid course design: Insist on being the “sage on the stage”

The real pitfall of insisting on being the “sage on the stage” in a hybrid course is that the online portion of the course may become a “poor” replication of many excellent virtual learning sources that are readily available on … Continue reading

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Don’t ignore the ways students learn from each other when going hybrid

The face-to-face version of my course aims to allow students to learn from each other, rather than just from the instructor. This is accomplished by including in-class participation as ten percent of the final grade. Students are required to earn … Continue reading

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Enhancing student-to-student learning

Once I started looking for it, I began to experience the magic of students learning from other students in my in-person and online courses.  In our Integrated Approaches to Public Health course, we realized that we have a  unique opportunity … Continue reading

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Faculty Identify Effective Hybrid Teaching Practices

In Oct. 2016, the Center for Teaching and Learning surveyed OSU Corvallis and Cascades faculty to identify effective hybrid teaching practices from the instructor viewpoint. There was significant consensus among the 28 respondents from 7 OSU colleges. More than 3/4 … Continue reading

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