Online & Hybrid
Creating an online or hybrid course is not as simple as posting Powerpoint slides and assigning online homework. Significant pedagogical planning needs to take place to engage students with the course material, the professor, and each other in both face-to-face and online environments.
In hybrid environments, many faculty “flip” or “invert” the classroom. Flipping/ inverting classrooms is an approach in which students read or listen to lecture content outside of class time and class time is used for more active learning, like discussions, brainstorming, presentations, exercises, problem solving, and group work. Faculty members interested in learning more about how to flip their classroom may contact email@example.com. A trained instructional designer will then assist in lecture material recording and activity planning.
OIRT has created pedagogically-focused guides for creating remote courses: