Hybrid, or blended, learning is “here to stay”, and universities should take advantage of technology to manage the transition and thrive in the new teaching environment, according to Times Higher Education.
Speaking at the Times Higher Education Digital Transformation Forum 2020 session “Teaching and learning: Transformed hybrid, multi-modal learning in higher education,” Elisaveta Nojkovska, a Microsoft industry executive for higher education, argued that hybrid learning offered a “holistic, reimagined learning experience.”
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