«The New Blended Normal: 7 Models for the Return to the Post Pandemic Campus»

Date

30-06-2021

Speaker

Ronald D. Owston

Abstract

As plans ramp up for students and faculty to gradually return to campus this fall and winter, educators and students will face a new blended normal. Some pre-pandemic, face-to-face classes will still be taught fully online. Some will offer students a mix of face-to-face and online study, while others will be largely face-to-face with an online component. In this session, Dr. Ron Owston will describe seven blended learning models and how they address different post-pandemic learning needs. He will also discuss challenges and strategies for successfully implementing each of the models.

Slides

Video

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Bio

Ronald D. Owston

Dr. Ron Owston is a University Professor Emeritus, former Dean of Education, and founding Director of the Institute for Research in Learning Technologies at York University (Canada). He has spoken at numerous national and international conferences about blended and online learning, authored/co-authored some 50 commissioned studies, and published over 60 articles in top-tier journals. Currently, Dr. Owston ranks among the most cited blended learning researchers in Google Scholar. He is now actively engaged in research, consulting, and public speaking, and leads a successful series of webinars for Contact North on the use of Zoom for teaching which over 10,000 educators around the world have registered for or downloaded. His website is http://ronowston.ca

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