Hybrid (part face-to-face and part online) courses blend both traditional classroom instruction with the flexibility of online learning. So typically, half of your course is on campus and the other half is online.
Some of the advantages of this growing format include...
- A focus on your writing and computer skills.
- Cultivating a sense of self-resourcefulness, including - self-directed learning, time management and problem-solving.
- After online participation, students can come to class more prepared and more engaged.
- Combining the successful elements of an online course with the face-to-face discussions and interactions of an on campus course, hybrid courses can help increase participation because its meeting the preferred learning styles of more students.
- The standard benefits of online learning, like flexibility, controlling your pace, parking costs, commuting time, etc.