Blended Learning Initiatives: Facilitating Institutional Change
Using Graham, Woodfield, and Harrison's "A Framework for Institutional Adoption and Implementation of Blended Learning in Higher Education" as a guide, we will discuss how we've developed programs and initiatives to build a campus-wide blended learning initiative. We will share and invite discussion around the struggles and successes of this fast-moving implementation. Topics will include administrative initiatives, faculty development programs, models and definitions of blended learning, support and development resources, and cultural/infrastructural elements.
OUTCOMES: Learn to think to critically about opportunities and strategies for creating sustainable and scalable blended learning initiatives * Investigate the advantages of collaborative frameworks that bring together campus units and allow for flexible and varied options * Identify your institution's stage of adoption and range of instructor experience and be able to develop appropriate initiatives based on these criteria
Center for Teaching, Learning, and Mentoring, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Chad ShorterEvaluation Design and Analysis Consultant, University of Wisconsin-Madison