Tag: hybrid

  • Nominations Open for Blended Learning Faculty Fellow

    Are you excited about blended/hybrid learning? Do you intentionally integrate your classroom learning activities with asynchronous learning activities on Canvas or elsewhere? Do you like to share your teaching strategies and experiences with teaching colleagues? If so, you may be interested in this opportunity! The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), Academic Technologies, Ecampus, and […]

  • CTL Welcomes New Blended Learning Faculty Fellow

    The Center for Teaching and Learning is pleased to announce that Meg Mobley, Senior Instructor of Crop and Soil Sciences (CSS), has been named the 2022-23 Blended Faculty Fellow. Dr. Mobley has a Ph.D. in Ecology from Duke University and completed a postdoctoral research and teaching appointment at the University of Wyoming prior to coming […]

  • An Update on the Blended Learning Innovations in Pedagogy Initiative

    In late January, a Request for Proposals went out to all instructional faculty to join the Blended Learning Innovations in Pedagogy (BLIP) Initiative. After reading through many strong proposals, we (Center for Teaching & Learning and Academic Technologies) selected five brave faculty, teaching high enrollment courses, to conduct a complete course redesign. This redesign was […]

  • CTL Blended Learning Research Published

    Do you integrate classroom teaching and online learning activities in your classes? Do you use a flipped approach or teach reduced-seat-time hybrid courses? Or are you considering such approaches for the first time? If so, you’ll be interested in Blended Learning Research Perspectives, Volume 3, published in September by Routledge. Better yet, this new collection […]

  • Sign up for an Engaging Learners with Instructional Media Workshop

    Explore how instructional media can enhance student learning in all teaching modalities. Discover ways to make your lecture videos more engaging and effective with in-video quizzing. The Faculty Media Center and CTL invite all OSU teaching faculty and GTAs to attend an interactive one-hour workshop. When: Either Wednesday, Apr. 28 at 2 p.m. or Thursday, […]

  • Learn to Blend Your Teaching with Instructional Media

    Are you starting to think ahead to Spring term? Would you like to augment your strategies to engage learners? Discover ways to create instructional media and to apply effective practices for blended, remote, flipped and hybrid course design and teaching. In these hour-long workshops, CTL and Academic Technology invite you to learn about harnessing the […]

  • Still Time to Apply! Join a Blended Faculty Learning Community

    Join a supportive cohort of faculty in January to boost your teaching skills! The Winter ’21 Blended Faculty Learning Community, sponsored by CTL and Academic Technology, will help OSU faculty advance their teaching. The group will focus on applying effective practices for blended learning–in remote, blended, hybrid or flipped courses–and the skillful use of educational […]

  • Join the Winter ’21 Blended Faculty Learning Community

    The Winter ’21 Blended Faculty Learning Community, sponsored by CTL and Academic Technology, will help OSU faculty enhance their teaching, with a focus on applying effective practices for blended learning–in remote, blended, hybrid or flipped courses–and the use of educational technology. Participants will explore and develop solutions for significant pedagogical challenges, and will share their […]

  • Four Strategies for Facilitating Group Activities in Remote and Hybrid/Blended Classes

    One of the biggest pedagogical shifts in moving in-person classes to remote learning involves modifying active learning activities. Online courses which are designed from the ground up without face-to-face meetings have many ways to engage students (Forbes, 2020). The challenge is to make our remote teaching also be more active. Facilitating active learning assumes greater […]

  • Remote Teaching = Blended Learning: Part 2

    At the outset of Oregon State’s Spring term in late March, the first post in this series suggested considering this sudden shift to remote teaching as an extension of the widely used, evidence-based blended learning modality. Now that we’ve passed the halfway point of the term and faculty are thinking ahead to Summer Session remote […]