Resources for Designing & Teaching Hybrid Courses

Earlier this year, I participated in Rosemary Capps’ course on designing hybrid courses, for which she collected an excellent group of resources. Below, you’ll find links to the articles and websites that I found particularly interesting.

Hybrid Learning

Accessibility

Tools

Finding Content for your Hybrid Course

  • MIT Open Courseware (courses, activities, and audio/video lectures)
  • iBioSeminars (45-90 minute lectures as well as 2-4 minute clips)
  • TED Ed (videos with activities that you can customize)
  • MERLOT (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching)

Quality Assessment Rubrics

Case Study

Post Author: Mary Stewart

1 thought on “Resources for Designing & Teaching Hybrid Courses

    Joshua

    (July 10, 2014 - 3:07 pm)

    UC Davis has had a license of SensusAccess available to the campus community since Fall 2013. It can be located on the SDC web site, which can be found here: http://sdc.ucdavis.edu/textconversion/conversionform.html

    Please note that you must use your UC Davis email when submitting requests and that audio files are available in multiple languages (although it doesn’t convert documents into other languages).

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