Share your views on ISLA – hybrid teaching

Share your views on hybrid teaching Have you heard of Inclusive Synchronous Learning Activities (ISLA) at City? Have you used, or thought about using hybrid/dual-delivery teaching? We’re keen to understand how this new mode of teaching, where some students are physically in the classroom and others are online at the same time, has been experienced…Continue Reading Share your views on ISLA – hybrid teaching

Episode 8 of the podcast series ‘Teaching Here and There’

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This is episode 8 of ‘Teaching Here and There’, featuring three university technology managers from the United States. Julie Johnstone, Director of Learning Spaces at Indiana University, Don Merritt, PhD, who is the Director of Instructional Resources at the University of Central Florida and Mark McCallister, Director of Academic Technology at the University of Florida. In…Continue Reading Episode 8 of the podcast series ‘Teaching Here and There’

New episode of the podcast series ‘Teaching Here and There’

Check out our latest episode [7] of Teaching Here and There podcast with our esteemed guest, Dr. Nigel Oseland, an environmental & psychological take on hybrid teaching with Dr Ivan Sikora, PhD MRAeS FHEA and Dominic Pates You can talk to us on Twitter at @THAThybridpod and at Spotify or Apple podcasts …Continue Reading New episode of the podcast series ‘Teaching Here and There’

March 1st Update – ISLA

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ISLA We are pleased to announce that a number of ISLA rooms have been signed off across Northampton Square. These include: C302, C309, A214, D104 and FG05. At Bunhill Row, most learning spaces on the 2nd and 3rd floors are now ISLA enabled for hybrid teaching. Further ISLA rooms will be signed off later this term….Continue Reading March 1st Update – ISLA

New episode of ‘Teaching Here and There’

Podcast ‘Teaching here and there’ New episode of ‘Teaching Here and There’ due out today, Friday 3rd Sept. 12 noon GMT A link to this new podcast series called ‘Teaching Here and There’ with Senior Educational Technologists Dom Pates and James Rutherford from City along with Dr. Ivan Sikora, Associate Professor in Aviation from the University of…Continue Reading New episode of ‘Teaching Here and There’

ISLA – New guidance

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Our new guidance pages explain what the capabilities and use-cases are for rooms set up for ISLA teaching Click here for the new ISLA guidance pages by LEaD Inclusive Synchronous Learning Activities (ISLA) is a new pedagogic and technical hybrid method for live teaching simultaneously to students who are both on campus and online. Academic…Continue Reading ISLA – New guidance

New podcast episode on hybrid teaching

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New podcast episode on hybrid teaching A link to this new podcast series called ‘Teaching Here and There’ with guests Dr. Jane Secker and Dr. Rebecca Wells, City, University of London in conversation with Dom Pates and James Rutherford also from City, along with Dr. Ivan Sikora, from the University of West London. This is a…Continue Reading New podcast episode on hybrid teaching

New podcast series on hybrid teaching

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Podcast ‘Teaching here and there’ A link to this new podcast series called ‘Teaching Here and There’ with Senior Educational Technologists Dom Pates and James Rutherford from City along with Dr. Ivan Sikora, Associate Professor in Aviation from the University of West London. This is a pilot episode for the new monthly podcast series for exploring emerging…Continue Reading New podcast series on hybrid teaching

James Rutherford, University of London on Hybrid Teaching – Fight or Flight?

Link to InAVate magazine article Hybrid teaching is a relatively new pedagogic and technical methodology for live teaching simultaneously to students on campus and online. Although it has been in practice for some time within higher education in the USA, notably with the Hyflex model originating in 2006. There has been a significant uptake in…Continue Reading James Rutherford, University of London on Hybrid Teaching – Fight or Flight?