23 janvier 2017

Hybrid education a hot topic at AAC&U

HomeBy Scott Jaschik. The Association of American Colleges & Universities convenes this week in San Francisco for its annual meeting. Read more...

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30 septembre 2016

Respect the Syllabus

http://www.insidehighered.com/sites/default/server_files/styles/blog_landing/public/mama_phd_blog_header.jpg?itok=C5xGPD1aBy Laura Tropp. A student of my hybrid online class sent an email to me, complaining that the online notes for my class were designed poorly (she did not like the background colors) and that she was paying too much money for my sloppiness. Read more...

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19 février 2016

The Hybridisation of Higher Education in Canada

International Review of Research in Open and Distributed LearningCanada's postsecondary institutions are becoming increasingly involved with technology enhanced learning, generally under the rubric of distance education. Growth and activity in distance education stems from rapid developments in communication and information technologies such as videoconferencing and the Internet. More...

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The Hybridization of Distance Learning in Brazil -- An Approach Imposed by Culture

International Review of Research in Open and Distributed LearningInstitutions of higher education in Brazil are seriously behind in their development of approaches which make use of distance education techniques, in part due to widespread lack of credibility of these approaches both inside and outside academic communities, but even more so because of the highly centralized control over all aspects of higher education on the part of the country’s Ministry of Education. More...

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The Hybridisation of Conventional Higher Education: UK Perspective

International Review of Research in Open and Distributed LearningBefore the creation of the United Kingdom Open University (UKOU) - its Charter was given in 1969 and the first students were admitted in 1971 - the full-time residential model of higher education was pervasive, with part-time and distance modes of study seen as separate and inferior. The UKOU demonstrated the effectiveness of distance learning but also, because of its success, in some ways inhibited change in the mainstream tertiary sector. As social and political pressures on the sector grew, higher education providers were forced to innovate and models of “open learning” offered ways forward. As a result, the distinction between “distance” and “face-to-face” delivery rapidly eroded during the 1990s. However, barriers still remain to a more radical approach to provision as a whole. More...

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24 août 2015

Community of Inquiry: Transforming the Hybrid Learning Environment

Evolllution Logo, click to return to homepageBy Debra Beck - Evolllution. How do we create not only the richest interaction with content for online students but ownership of the learning that takes place around that content? How do we build a learning community that sustains and enriches that process for students? How do we transform our teaching to facilitate the deepest learning possible for all. More...

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Onsite Support for Hybrid Students

By Matt Reed. I’m hoping that some of my wise and worldly readers can help on this one.
As is true at many colleges, most of our “online” students are actually hybrid. In other words, they’re taking both classroom courses and online courses at the same time. More...

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02 février 2015

L’enseignement supérieur à l’heure de l’hybridation entre les disciplines

http://www.headway-advisory.com/blog/wp-content/themes/headway/images/logo.jpgBlog Headway - Olivier Rollot. C’est l’une des priorités du moment : faire travailler ensemble des équipes pluridisciplinaires et rapprocher les étudiants. Frank Vidal, le directeur général d’Audencia, et Pascal Brouaye et Nelly Rouyrès, président et vice-présidente du Pôle universitaire Léonard de Vinci, ont largement investi dans le rapprochement entre les disciplines. Le premier grâce à une alliance avec Centrale Nantes et l’école d’architecture mais aussi par la présence en son sein d’une école de communication, les seconds par la gestion d’écoles de management, d’ingénieurs et de design. Suite...

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27 octobre 2014

Why hybrid can be better than fully online learning

eCampus NewsBy  - . Tradition-rich Christian Brothers University watched in alarm a decade ago as online, nonprofit colleges began chomping away at nighttime enrollment. More...

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