Facilitated by Ryan Brazell (Richmond), Kylie Korsnack (Richmond), Kimberly McArthur (Southwestern) and Julie Sievers (Southwestern)
Workshop participants will re-imagine one of their courses in the context of a blended delivery model, focusing on the virtual components of the course. Participants will consider how to maintain critical interactions that constitute a course (self-reflection, student-content, student-peers, student-instructor), when some or all of those interactions may occur virtually and asynchronously. Participants will leave the workshop with concrete synchronous and asynchronous virtual learning options to implement in their fall courses. Further, participants will leave the workshop better prepared to advocate for the specific combination of synchronous and asynchronous learning that best achieves their pedagogical goals.