Blended Learning is form of e-learning that “blends” face-to-face teaching with online delivery.
To Date @ Otis:
- 61 faculty have completed the Bricks & Clicks Course
- 99 eLearning courses have been offered (Blended + Online)
Not sure if Blended Learning is right for you, your course, or your students?
Not sure where to begin when it comes to instructional technology?
Otis’ Instructional Designer, Jean-Marie Venturini, is available to visit your course to learn about your teaching needs and collaborate with you on technology-enhanced teaching tools that might best serve your specific course and teaching style.
Since fall 2011, LAS has integrated the use of iPADs into one section of first year English courses to determine its viability as:
Tool for Enabling Collaboration and Project-Based Learning
Support for Blended Learning
We are currently exploring use of the iPAD in studio courses.
The Faculty iProject
Spring 2014 launches the faculty iProject. Interested participants receive an iPad to use for the semester. Faculty are encouraged to explore the functionality of the iPad and educational apps that may be useful in the classroom.
TO DATE @ OTIS:
- 13 studio faculty
- 6 liberal arts faculty
Faculty Jason Burton with student (Grace) sourcing hardware for her furniture project during Product Design class (spring 2014).