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"Blended Learning", also refered to as "Hybrid Learning" combines traditional face-to-face classrooom instruction with online learning. EDUCAUSE has a wide range of resources on this expansive topic in various formats. Including the new EDUCAUSE E-Book " Game Changers: Education and Information Technologies" which is a collection of chapters and case studies contributed by college and university presidents, provosts, faculty, and other stakeholders. Institutions are finding new ways of achieving higher education’s mission without being crippled by constraints or overpowered by greater expectations.
The following chapters from the book specifically address blended learning models.
EDUCAUSE Staff Picks
- The Blended Learning Toolkit: A DIY Resource for Blended Learning Instructors and Designers, ELI Web Seminar, January 2012. This seminar provided a brief overview of the Blended Learning Toolkit before guiding participants on a tour and a discussion of each set of faculty resources. It also includes a brief summary of lessons learned in conducting an open, online course based on the BlendKit Course materials will also be shared.
- Evaluating the Implementation of Blended Learning Models in Large Enrollment Courses, ELI Annaul Meeting, February 2011. This presentation expands on design, development, and implementation of blended learning models, with details on ways in which the face-to-face and online sections of the courses were integrated.
- “Blended Learning: A Report on the ELI Focus Session” ELI White Paper, November 2010. This white paper is a synthesis of the key ideas, themes, and concepts that emerged from those sessions. The paper also includes links to supporting focus session materials, recordings, and resources
- “7 Things You Should Know About the HyFlex Course Model”, ELI 7 Things You Should Know, November 2010. HyFlex is a course design model that presents the components of hybrid learning in a flexible course structure that gives students the option of attending sessions in the classroom, participating online, or doing both. Students can change their mode of attendance weekly or by topic, according to need or preference.
Library Items on this Topic
EDUCAUSE Library Items for Blended Learning
- Effective Faculty Development through Strategies for Engagement and Satisfaction
September 5, 2012
Key Takeaways To address exponential growth in online learning , the University of Central Florida expanded its faculty development program, focusing on offering more effective an…
- Developing an e-Toolbox to Facilitate Universal Design for Instruction into Online and Blended Learning
June 6, 2012
At the University of Connecticut, Kimberly McKeown is Program Manager, Joseph Madaus is Co-Director, Center on Postsecondary Education and Disability, and Nicho…
- Student Engagement
June 24, 2010
In April, Helen Mongan-Rallis, Kyle Keegan, and I sat down to talk about their experiences as professor and student/teaching assistant, respectively. In particular, we focused on their familiar…
- The Future of Online Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: The Survey Saysâ€¦
January 1, 2006
The Future of Online Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: The Survey Says... A survey substantiates some ideas about online learning and refutes others By Kyong-Jee Kim and Curt…
- Using Interaction in Online Discussion Boards
January 1, 2005
Research in Brief Using Interaction in Online Discussion Boards Successfully fostering interaction in online courses requires incorporating both instructional and social types of interactio…
- Using Relevance to Facilitate Online Participation in a Hybrid Course
January 1, 2003
Linking online discussions to graded course assignments theoretically increases student participation and learning. Linking online discussions to grade…