As the hybrid learning environment has grown, schools have begun to capitalize on the benefits of this flexible and convenient learning model. Students have also benefited from hybrid learning models by being able to tailor their education to meet their own unique needs and schedules. 

However, despite its growing popularity, hybrid learning presents some challenges that can become roadblocks for student success. The new student model presents a challenge for colleges and universities in the creation of a culture of inclusion.

In this ebook, we’ll discuss:

  • How technology fuels the digital-first movement.
  • Using digital as a platform for inclusion.
  • Best practices for ensuring inclusion in the hybrid classroom.
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