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Special Animal Medicine as a newly “hybridized” course

by Jennifer Sargent Special Animal Medicine (frequently abbreviated as SPAM) is a required class on the husbandry, behavior, medicine, and surgery of nontraditional pets. These include common relatively common pets like rabbits and hamsters as well as more classic exotics … Continue reading

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A classroom day in SPAN 113, hybrid style

“How will you use class meeting time? What types of content, activities, assignments and/or assessments will you have online? How will your students’ online learning and classroom experience be linked?” I’ll skip right to the good stuff since Chris and … Continue reading

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Why “It’s all on Canvas!” is not a helpful answer

Online Course Design Pitfall #1: Upload your course materials, then call it a day. It’s easy to blame students for their inability to find the assignment, or for making “lame” excuses for why they didn’t do the reading. However, since … Continue reading

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Attend an Info Session for the Ecampus Research Fellows Program

Are you interested in conducting research about online or hybrid teaching and learning? The OSU Ecampus Research Unit will help you plan your proposal for the Ecampus Research Fellows Program. The Ecampus Research Unit annually funds up to five faculty … Continue reading

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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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Hybrid approach to Intro Finance

The course I am converting to hybrid delivery is the introductory course that most business majors and minors are required to take. This class has typically been taught in sections of about 180 students with smaller, accompanying recitation sessions. It … Continue reading

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The Power of Doing Before Knowing

I find all 5 of the common pitfalls noted by Elizabeth St. Germain worrisome. I feel like I could read this list every day for a month and still inadvertently back into any one of these traps. Of particular interest … Continue reading

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H 513 – a monster of a hybrid course

H 513 Integrated Approach to Public Health comprises the common core of the MPH degree, something that used to be accomplished through 5 separate courses.  The H 513 learning objectives cover critical and interdisciplinary content in foundational areas of public health, … Continue reading

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Designing the Hybrid Introduction to Merchandising Management Course

DSGN 276: Introduction to Merchandising Management is four credit course that provides the introductory knowledge necessary to prepare students for working in the retail industry. It introduces students to the retail industry including basic terminology, industry history, and merchandising management … 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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