Often referred to as "Hyflex," Hybrid Learning relies on a camera and microphone(s) in the classroom, and Zoom (or other conferencing software) to allow students in the classroom and students who are remote to participate in class together.
We're using the term "Hybrid Learning" rather than "Hyflex" because in true Hyflex instructors are expected to provide an analogous experience for students attending in-person, remote but synchronous, as well as asynchronously.
- Hybrid Classroom Training is a Canvas page where we post resources and training materials for the technology found in CSB/SJU classrooms.
- Hybrid Classroom FAQ is where we post answers to commonly asked questions.
HYBRID LEARNING CLASSROOM EQUIPMENT
Our Hybrid Learning classrooms give faculty the technology needed to teach classes both in-person and online at the same time. Each Hybrid Learning ready room comes equipped with a high definition video camera and one or more room microphones for virtual conferencing with the room computer. Ready-to-use functionality allow users to get operational quickly in Zoom or Microsoft Teams.
Do you teach in ART 102, PE 167 or PE 173? In some spaces ceiling-mounted microphones didn't work so we've installed tabletop microphones instead. We've created a short video (2:59) showing how these work:
If you notice an issue with the Hybrid Learning equipment, please contact IT Services Help Desk (320.363.2236) right away for assistance.