UTSA Hybrid Academy

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Hybrid Academy is a four-day workshop designed to prepare UTSA instructors to effectively plan, create, and teach a high-quality hybrid course. The workshop is structured to give participants the experience of a hybrid student in a condensed format on May 17th, 18th, 19th and 22nd, 2017. Content will be delivered face-to-face from 8 am to 12 pm and online in the afternoons and evenings. Attendance and participation in both components are essential to complete the workshop successfully.

Participants should plan on devoting eight hours per day to readings, course redesign activities, assignments, and active participation in the online portion of the workshop.

Attendees will be assigned a consultation team of experts to provide personalized guidance during the event as well as follow up with progress and assistance throughout the year. To ensure participants receive personal mentoring, limited seats are available.

How to Apply

Use the following link to apply for the Hybrid Academy today!

  Applications are now closed.
Online Learning will announce decisions on April 21 st, 2017.
 
Please Note: By submitting this application, you agree to implement at least one hybrid course at UTSA that meets the  cQual best practices rubric  by the fall semester of 2018. Applicants accepted to Hybrid Academy will be required to obtain permission from their department chair to attend the academy and teach a hybrid course.
 

Workshop Outcomes

Successful participants can expect to leave the workshop with the knowledge and skills to:

  • Identify a community of UTSA support and resources to utilize during your hybrid course development process.
  • Plan a course with attainable learning outcomes for hybrid students.
  • Develop a learning flow between in-class meetings and meaningful online content.
  • Create a syllabus and schedule that communicates expectations of a hybrid course to students.

Certificates awarded upon successful completion of the workshop requirements.
Questions? Contact us at onlinelearning@utsa.edu.

Click on the video below to learn more about benefits of teaching a hybrid course and attending the Hybrid Academy.

Dr. Heather Shipley   |   Department Chair of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Participant of the Hybrid Academy 2015
 
 
Dr. Donovan Fogt   |   Associate Professor and Director for the Office of Undergraduate Research
Participant of the Hybrid Academy 2014

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