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Apply Now for Hybrid Funding

Hybrid works at OSU. Eighty-three different courses in 9 OSU colleges have been offered in a hybrid format on the Corvallis campus during the past three years. The 2014-2015 academic year saw a 24% annual increase in the number of hybrid course sections and 5,390 students enrolled in hybrid courses. A hybrid (“blended”) course by definition […]

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Excellence in Media: Leading by Example

Last Thursday marked the first meeting of the Excellence in Media Professional Learning Community (PLC), a group of OSU instructors interested in delivering high-quality videos to students and peers. Today more than ever, faculty who want to delve into video production as a means to enhance their classes have many powerful, affordable hardware and software […]

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Hybrid Course Design

Every term a group of OSU faculty participate in the hybrid faculty learning community. Group members each redesign a classroom course for hybrid (a.k.a. blended) delivery in which a substantial portion of the course learning activity takes place online, and face-to-face meeting time is typically cut in half. In this video, Eric Weber of the […]

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Funding Opportunity – Hybrid Learning Community – Proposal Deadline Extended to Feb. 6!

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 latest Request for Proposals for the Hybrid Course Development Pilot Program. You can learn a lot more about this program and about blended learning in general by visiting the Center for […]

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