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Category: <span>Exploring Hybrid Teaching</span>

Stepping up to Honours in the Hybrid World

Reading Time: < 1 minute In this post, Senior Lecturer in Scottish History Esther Mijers describes the importance of effectively managing fourth year transitions and the unique challenges that hybrid teaching poses to the learning landscape. Stepping up to Honours in the Hybrid World   Apr 30, 2020

Transforming my university course for a COVID world – but how?

Reading Time: < 1 minute In this post, Stephen Harwood Lecturer in Strategy, Management of Technology, Operations Management & Research Methods at the University of Edinburgh Buisness School describes how he handled the challenge of converting his courses to a hybrid form and how technology can facilitate a student experience. Transforming my university course for …

Design and Digital Media Response to Hybrid Teaching

Reading Time: < 1 minute Here is an overview of the emerging practice in Design and Digital Media (DDM) and Digital Media Design (DMD) to hybrid teaching at ECA. Image Credit: Edinburgh College of Art College Archives, Catalogue No. 0117488. Remix by Joe Arton Apr 29, 2020

Hybrid Teaching at ECA

Reading Time: < 1 minute This ECA site shares experiences, reflections, tips, suggestions and resources to explore what “hybrid teaching” might mean for the Edinburgh College of Art. In these pages, they interpret the concept for ECA and include examples of colleagues’ experiences and ideas, anything that might help to develop best practices. Image Credit: …


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