Hybrid Teaching - problems and solutions
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About the Event
In the fall term of 2020, the university I work for in Budapest, Hungary was expecting to go back to socially distanced teaching, but as the pandemic situation started to deteriorate again, a hybrid solution had to be introduced. In the first part of this talk, I am going to look at this particular case of teaching hybrid - what solutions teachers resorted to depending on their technological knowledge and infrastructural support, and what conclusions we could draw from this period before we went completely online around December. In the second part, building on the Digital Pedagogy and Research team’s work at Cambridge University Press, I would like to provide some solutions for how institutions and teaching staff can better prepare for such a hybrid situation in the future with regard to infrastructure, teaching methods, and assessment practices.