Exploring Experiences and Perceptions of Hybrid Instruction Among University Faculty

Hybrid Learning in Higher Education: Exploring Experiences and Perceptions of Hybrid Instruction Among University Faculty, discusses how colleges and universities responded to the COVID-19 pandemic, leading to a tech revolution in education. Many universities have adopted a hybrid approach, combining in-person and online delivery—which, as explored in the first part of this series, Hybrid Learning: The Future?—is favored by the majority of students across the globe and will continue to have a place in higher education.

This report—created in partnership with the Times Higher Ed—focuses on the pivotal role of faculty, who are embracing the hybrid model but can face challenges in creating engaging online environments. Faculty support is crucial for unlocking the full potential of hybrid learning and broadening participation in higher education. More than 600 faculty from 15 countries participated. This report covers:

  • Instruction preferences
  • The advantages of online and hybrid instruction
  • The challenges of online and hybrid instruction
  • The support needs of faculty
  • The future of online and hybrid instruction
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