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Getting started with hybrid instruction

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1**** How to deliver a hybrid course1212032023-03-233091
2Designing an Online Discussion1132512023-12-011370
3Group Work: Methods of Good Practice1141862023-12-011696
4Assessing Group Work1045862023-12-012818
5Gathering Feedback from Students1037622023-12-013606
6Keeping Students Informed & Engaged1037572023-12-012702
7Facilitating Online Discussions1132522023-12-011421
8Facilitating In-Class Discussions1132532023-12-011529
9Practicing Compassion with Course Workload1037602023-12-012139
10Developing critical thinking skills for students1198632023-12-011598
11Academic integrity methods1211972023-07-181123
12Using Top Hat Discussion Questions in Classrooms1042152023-05-163092
13Module Zero1202662023-01-181191
14Instructor considerations in delivering hybrid courses1211942022-10-28822
15Digital media assignments1211952022-10-281745
16Faculty and student perspectives on hybrid instruction1211672022-10-28867

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