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As technology rapidly transforms higher education, faculty find themselves at a crossroads where traditional teaching methods intersect with forward-looking classroom enhancements. As hybrid classrooms, which integrate in-person instruction with synchronous and asynchronous online delivery, increasingly shape the educational landscape, it’s crucial to explore faculty perspectives and the key benefits they perceive in hybrid academic settings.

The Times Higher Education team embarked on a comprehensive study, engaging with over 600 faculty members across 15 countries spanning the Americas to Australasia. Their insights shed light on faculty experiences with online and hybrid learning, forming the basis of the findings presented in this infographic.

Interested in what students think about hybrid learning? Check out the related infographic and report exploring student experiences and perceptions of hybrid learning in higher education.

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