Hybrid/Blended Course Development Resources

Developing a Hybrid or Blended course is quite different than developing an online course.  If your planning on or in the process of creating a hybrid or blended course at NCCC, we highly recommend you make use of the N2OL: New To Online, Blended, and Hybrid Self-Paced course we created for you. This resource is located in your Blackboard Course List in the no term assigned section.

In addition, we curated the following resources to help you design, develop, and teach Blended and Hybrid courses.

The Learning Toolkit created by the University of Central Florida and the hybrid course development site from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee as they are both leaders in the development and delivery of blended learning.

BLENDED

A Blended course is taught approximately 50% synchronously through web conferencing software such as Zoom and approximately 50% online.  The percentages may vary based on the course requirements.  This can be discussed with the Online Learning department.

SUNY Online Instructional Resources for Remote Learning

NCCC Blended/Hybrid Learning Course Planning Sheet

Ensemble/AnthemNCCC Ensemble Video Instructions

Zoom–  Recording of Ensemble Workshops(3/24/20) or SUNY Training
– Tool for Synchronous Portion of Blended Delivery

Redesign Guide for your Blended Learning Course

HYBRID

A hybrid course is taught approximately 50% face to face and 50% online.  The percentages may vary based on the course requirements.  This can be discussed with the Online Learning department.

SUNY Online Instructional Resources for Remote Learning

NCCC Blended/Hybrid Learning Course Planning Sheet

Flip It: Lesson Planning PacketBarbi Honeycutt

Five Time-Saving Strategies for the Flipped Classroom (Faculty Focus)

Blended Learning Toolkit

Blended Learning Toolkit – Morning Blend

Blended Course – DIY project tasks

Redesign Guide for your Blended/Hybrid Course

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