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Exploring "Hyflex" Teaching

When: Wednesday, September 22, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Where: > See description for location
Description: Facilitator: Kristin McGillicudy, Assistant Dean for Operations, College of Arts and Sciences

Office of Faculty Development: Library 213

Join us for an exploration of the "hyflex" modality of teaching. This workshop will explore practical applications of combining in-person and online learning and will focus on ways to incorporate hyflex elements into your current face-to-face course. This workshop will be ideal for those looking for ways to accommodate students (or yourself!) during a semester made uncertain by the pandemic. We will explore the following questions:

How do I manage the technology (especially if I only have my laptop and web cam)?
How can students work in groups when some are online and others are in the classroom?
How can I keep all student engaged no matter how they're attending?
How can I ensure an inclusive and equitable environment in a hyflex course?

The workshop will include a short demo of a sample class using a laptop and basic web cam. Assistant Dean McGillicudy has designed and taught multiple courses in hyflex, online asynchronous, online synchronous and traditional in-person modalities at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Participants are welcome to bring questions and to share best practices from their own teaching experiences.

Please note: This workshop will work most effectively if we have both in-person and virtual participants; thus we encourage those who are able and willing to participate in person to do so. To register, please email Ellen Mandly at In-person participation will be limited to the first 10 registrants; virtual participation is available to anyone. Please make your preference known when registering. Lunch is provided for in-person participants.
Topical Areas: Faculty, Staff and Administrators, Faculty Development