Create a Hybrid Classroom
Create a learning experience that takes place in the classroom and online. This approach reduces the amount of time students spend in a classroom and moves more of the course online. Hybrid Learning, though, isn't just about minimizing classroom time-- it's about maximizing the attributes of online and face-to-face delivery.
Use your CBU email address and password, if you are prompted to log into Canvas to see examples.
Watch this video to see a sample Hybrid Class in Canvas.
Guide to designing a hybrid course.
Designing a Hybrid Course in Canvas will be much like designing an online course, as your course Canvas shell becomes home base for you and your students. We have five ways to learn more about Canvas:
The Canvas Quickstart - our shortest tutorial for providing a basic understanding.
The Canvas Basics Course - a short online training course designed in Canvas.
Use your CBU email and password to sign-in to Canvas.
Mastering Canvas Playlist- watch this series of brief, instructional videos created by the CDI team.
Canvas Job Aids - these concise instructions help you do specific tasks in Canvas.
Online Faculty Training - a five-week course led by one of our CDI Instructional Designers.
Sample Student FAQ
CBU professor Dr. Emily Holmes developed this FAQ to explain a hybrid or flipped course to her students. Dr. Holmes has given permission for colleagues to adapt this FAQ for your classroom.
Learn more about hybrid classrooms.
How to Design and Teach a Hybrid Class (includes a sample course plan) via Harvard Business School Publishing
Webinar: Designing a Curriculum for Online and Hybrid Classrooms via Harvard Business School Publishing
Getting Started with Designing a Hybrid Learning Course via Cornell University Center for Teaching Innovation
An Introduction to Hybrid Teaching via College of DuPage
Blended (Hybrid) Learning: The Ultimate Guide via Top Hat
Focus on asynchronous course elements to maximize student experience via Education Association Board (EAB)