Welcome to Exploring Blended Learning!

Please note: The Exploring Blended Learning series will not be offered in Spring 2020. We expect to resume offering the series in Fall 2020.

Exploring Blended Learning is a professional development series offered by the Center for Language & Technology (CLT). The main purpose of this series is to introduce faculty and graduate students in the College of Languages, Linguistics & Literature (LLL) to the principles of blended learning, and equip them with skills and tools for implementing blended learning approaches in their course curricula. In the context of this professional development series, blended learning is defined as a student-centered approach that entails purposeful, appropriate, and sustainable integration of technology resulting in the creation of transformative learning experiences and optimal use of face-to-face and online environments.

Designed primarily for language instructors, the series comprises five face-to-face 2-hour sessions that will cover topics ranging from the exploration of individual tools for enhancing classroom activities to the construction of personal learning networks and using the flipped classroom model. Participants who have successfully completed the series and all required tasks will be awarded a digital badge.

The Fall 2019 Exploring Blended Learning series meets every other week on Thursdays from 1:30p – 3:30p in 155B Moore Hall. See the updated Schedule for session dates.

Registration is required for participating in this event and is on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration for Fall 2019 has been closed.

If you have questions or need any additional information, please contact us via email or stop by 256 Moore Hall.