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CTL Hybridization Seminar and Showcase: Our Fourth Meeting

May 11, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 2:30 pm EDT

The final meeting of the Spring 2018 CTL Hybridization Seminar Faculty Fellows will feature a showcase of their work. 

Want to see how other faculty have approached adapting their course to the hybrid format? Interested in applying for a future CTL Hybridization Seminar and want to see first hand what it’s like? Then please come to our last meeting of our Spring 2018 Hybrid Seminar series. We are looking forward to hearing from our faculty fellows as they present the hybrid/online course they have developed throughout the semester. The meeting is open to all Baruch faculty and staff and we encourage anyone interested in hybrid course design, new teaching strategies, and instructional technology to attend.

The CTL Hybridization Seminar is a terrific opportunity for Baruch faculty who have not yet experimented with teaching in an online/hybrid format. Seminar participants will be encouraged to think creatively about how teaching in this format can open up new pedagogical opportunities within and across disciplines. With the guidance of the CTL staff and feedback from other faculty fellows, participating faculty will develop syllabi, assignments, assessments, online learning resources, and digital spaces for their course.  Faculty Fellows will be matched with a CTL Hybridization Fellow, whose role is to support and collaborate with the Faculty Fellow throughout the semester.

The seminar is designed to offer a customized experience to meet the needs of the diversity of courses taught at Baruch and of teaching styles. This is a hands-on seminar which give faculty the opportunity and support to develop their hybrid course through a combination of seminar workshops, one-on-one consultations with the CTL staff and attendance of relevant CTL programs.


May 11, 2018
9:00 am - 2:30 pm EDT
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