Online and Blended Teaching - the University of Strathclyde Experience

McPheat, Graham and Ramsay, Howard (2020) Online and Blended Teaching - the University of Strathclyde Experience. University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.

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"Blended learning, in which pupils spend as little as one day a week in class and the rest at home, could be the norm throughout the school year starting on August 11, the leader of Scotland’s biggest teaching union has warned." (The Times, June 14th 2020) The Covid-19 crisis has required teaching professionals in Scotland and the wider world to engage in online and blended learning. For many, this has been the first experience of this and has presented challenges. For many years, the University of Strathclyde has successfully run a range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees online and using blended learning. Over this time, the institution has developed and understanding of the challenges, risks and rewards of these approaches. We would like to invite all those interested to join a one-hour live stream to learn about our experience. You will hear from two of Strathclyde's experts in this field.


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