Welcome to the Edinburgh Hybrid Teaching Exchange

Some content on The Edinburgh Hybrid Teaching Exchange is restricted to the UoE community.  For full access to all content please log in below:

EASE log in

This site provides a space where colleagues can share work in progress, learning, insights, ideas, plans and resources as we prepare for the move to hybrid teaching for 2020/21.  We will curate content built around a set of key and emerging themes.  We welcome your contributions, feedback and questions about Hybrid. For an explainer on Hybrid Teaching click here, Sign-up for the latest updates at the bottom of this page and please take our five minute usability survey here.

 

 

Methods and Approaches to Hybrid Teaching

Regularly updated ideas and advice on hybrid teaching for staff with varying degrees of familiarity with hybrid teaching and learning. For additional perspectives, explore our themes and schools sections.
Encouraging Language Exchanges in a Restricted World
The eTandem Global programme launched in 2020 to offer students a practical language exchange in the wake of restrictions introduced during the Covid-19 pandemic. The...
Read More "Encouraging Language Exchanges in a Restricted World"
The Power to Unite People in a Way That Little Else Does
We are sharing this Teaching Matters post to the Exchange to inspire conversations about the power of sport and exercise in a hybrid environment to...
Read More "The Power to Unite People in a Way That Little Else Does"
Projects, Peers, Passion, and Play: How Minecraft Transforms (Hybrid) Teaching
In this post, Richard Fitzpatrick a final year PhD student  working in the Centre for Discovery Brain Sciences as part of the University of Edinburgh-Zhejiang...
Read More "Projects, Peers, Passion, and Play: How Minecraft Transforms (Hybrid) Teaching"
The School of Mathematics ASID Creation Support Project
This video highlights some of the work the School of Mathematics did over the summer in preparation for hybrid teaching. The School's ASID (Adapt, Support,...
Read More "The School of Mathematics ASID Creation Support Project"

Hybrid Learner Journeys

Student learner journeys and personas to help explore, understand and articulate hybrid teaching from the perspective of our students
Life in lockdown: An International Perspective
Originally from Chennai, India, PhD student Durai Arun Pannir Selvam shares how he’s navigating the pandemic. Arun is undertaking the third year of his research...
Read More "Life in lockdown: An International Perspective"
A close connection
The School of History, Classics & Archaeology has a strong tradition of working closely with the University’s Students’ Association and student societies, and throughout the...
Read More "A close connection"
A change for the better?
Kate McCrae, a BEng Electrical & Electronic Engineering student, shares how from her perspective, hybrid teaching has improved her University experience. https://www.ed.ac.uk/covid-19-response/our-community/a-change-for-the-better
Read More "A change for the better?"
A Hybrid Journey
As September approached many young adults had a difficult decision ahead of them; remain at home and begin their next academic year online, or travel...
Read More "A Hybrid Journey"