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This site defines hybrid courses and provides many excellent readings on the topic. It has an impressive list of annotated links to current resources for faculty who are considering teaching hybrid courses.
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Useful links. Some of the material is dated, but a good resource nonetheless.
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5 years ago
Primary research material used dated back to 2002. The list of advantages for maximizing student learning is interesting and many are still applicable today. However, with technology moving so quickly, the primary research used should be more current. I would have liked to have seen reference to more recent publications that support or dispute prior research.
8 years ago
I reviewed the website for 40 minutes. If this site is used appropriately as a resource for educators the content can increase one's knowledge of teaching and learning in a higher education setting. The website is well written and flows logically.
I reviewed the link titled Red Ink Survey (http://courses.durhamtech.edu/tlc/www/html/Special_Feature/special.htm) a PowerPoint slideshow was posted that reviewed specific aspects of grading practices by instructors. The practical information that was provided was useful.
The links worked correctly. Additional multimedia resources such as video or audio could be used to increase the overall presentation of the website.