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The Edinburgh Hybrid Teaching Exchange is the University of Edinburgh’s internal site for Schools and staff to learn from one another as we shape and develop our plans and approach to hybrid teaching. The exchange supports the sharing of work in progress and ideas, in addition to examples of practice, resources and scholarship.

Image Credit: Unsplash, Remix: Joe Arton

The exchange was borne from the importance of sharing insights, ideas and practice as widely as possible across the University as we face many major challenges and uncertainties, with consequences that vary between different types of degree programmes and disciplines, sometimes in unexpected ways.  We have a hugely resourceful community of educators spread across the institution with expertise and insight and this is the place where we pool and share this insight.  The exchange supports the sharing and exchange of this insight and ideas as we develop plans for the new academic year.

Content is gathered and curated around key challenges and themes as they emerge  and comprises a wide range of digital artefacts including video and audio recordings, blogs and links to other web sites, SharePoint sites, journal or other articles.

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Banner Image Credit: Title: Students in workshop, early 1900’s, University of Edinburgh Collections Catalogue No. 0119560, Remix by Joe Arton.


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