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Tuesday
Oct 28th, 2008
1:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Room W332
Mountain Time
Participants will learn the principles of good course design and apply them to a traditional, face-to-face course to be delivered as a hybrid (part online, part F2F) course. Using a modified version of UMB's own workshop (http://www.umbc.edu/oit/hybrid/training), the seminar will include demonstrations of best practices and help instructors identify the pedagogical problems hybrid delivery can solve and the new learning opportunities it can create. Instructional designers can adapt the workshop curriculum to their home institution's needs. This seminar will also explain specific requirements UMBC faculty must meet to receive a one-time, $1,500 course-redesign stipend through the Alternate Delivery Program (ADP), sponsored by UMBC's Office of Summer, Winter, and Special Programs (OSWSP).

Please Note: To make the most of this seminar, participants should: (1) read L. Dee Fink's six-page "Integrated Course Design" IDEA Center paper; (2) complete the 10 questions; and (3) bring a wireless-enabled laptop computer, if possible.

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