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’s First Virtual Conference. Proceedings ASCILITE 2020 in Armidale
PublisherUniversity of New England, Armidale
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’s First Virtual Conference. Proceedings ASCILITE 2020 in Armidale, pp.84-89. University of New England, Armidale. https://doi.org/10.14742/ascilite2020.0119.
Access StatusOpen Access
Open Access URLAccepted version
<jats:p>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.</jats:p>
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