Definition of blended/hybrid learning

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A definition of blended/hybrid learning for campus

Definition of blended/hybrid learning

At UW–Madison, blended courses are instructor-designed and supervised environments that use face-to-face and technology-mediated channels to enhance interactive, engaging learning experiences and improve student learning outcomes. Blended courses should have one or more of the following pedagogical characteristics:

On this campus, courses have three technology-mediation designations: