A collaborative design model to support hybrid learning environments during COVID19
AuthorCochrane, T; Birt, J; Cowie, N; Deneen, C; Goldacre, P; Narayan, V; Ransom, L; Sinfield, D; Worthington, T
Source TitleASCILITE 2020: ASCILITE’s first virtual conference
University of Melbourne Author/sCochrane, Thomas
AffiliationMelbourne Graduate School of Education
Document TypeConference Paper
CitationsCochrane, T., Birt, J., Cowie, N., Deneen, C., Goldacre, P., Narayan, V., Ransom, L., Sinfield, D. & Worthington, T. (2020). A collaborative design model to support hybrid learning environments during COVID19. ASCILITE 2020: ASCILITE’s first virtual conference, pp.84-89. ASCILITE.
Access StatusOpen Access
Open Access URLhttps://2020conference.ascilite.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/ASCILITE-2020-Proceedings-Cochrane-T-et-al.pdf
COVID-19 has catalyzed online learning environment design across all university disciplines, including the traditionally practice-based disciplines. As we move from a rapid response triage mode of online learning towards a more sustained engagement with a mix of online and face-to- face learning environments (particularly for practice-based learning) we face some unique challenges. This concise paper explores an example of collaborative co-creation and co-design of a resource guide as a response to the challenges of COVID-19 for best practices for designing hybrid learning environments to facilitate distributed learning environments (face-to-face and remote students). The co-creative co-design of the resource guide highlights some of the identified key design principles behind facilitating distributed learning communities.
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