Hybrid Course Initiative
A hybrid course includes both regularly scheduled on-site classroom meetings, and significant online out-of-classroom components, that replace regularly scheduled class meeting time. — OSU Curriculum Council, 2012
Hybrid Teaching and Learning at OSU
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OSU established the Hybrid Course Development Pilot Program in Fall 2011 as a concerted effort to redesign selected on-campus courses for hybrid delivery. Through this program, the Center for Teaching and Learning provides instructional design services and facilitation of term-long faculty learning communities composed of small groups of faculty who are engaged in hybrid course redesign. Learn more in the OSU Hybrid FAQs.
Resources For Hybrid Course Development
Key Resources on Effective Practices
Preparing Students for Success in Hybrid Courses
Rubrics for High Quality Hybrid/Online Courses
Research on Hybrid/Online Learning
Examples of Hybrid Course Redesign Projects
Peer-Reviewed Journals About Hybrid/Online Learning
Open Educational Resources
Major Organizations Supporting Hybrid/Online Learning
Benefits of Hybrid Learning
Hybrid Course Planning Forms
Mix Map (docx)
Planning Chart (rtf)
Course Schedule (rtf)
Effective Practices for Hybrid Design
Part 1 (8:43)
Part 2 (6:44)
Scheduling of Hybrid Courses
Registrar's Statement (pdf)
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Hybrid Faculty Learning Community
Ecampus Course Development and Training
The Ecampus Course Development and Training team has developed a Hybrid Course Template on Blackboard to guide OSU faculty in the design of Blackboard sites for courses that have significant online components as well as regular face-to-face meetings. This template embodies recognized effective practices in instructional design and standards for blended/online course design set forth in the Quality Matters (QM) rubric. To view the template, follow these directions (docx). Note to OSU faculty: For a zip file of the template that you can import into your Blackboard course site, contact Cub Kahn.
Resources for online and hybrid course design and teaching, gathered by OSU Ecampus.