When to Go Hybrid: Determining Which Format Best Fits Your Program
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In this second webinar in a series on hybrid programming, moderator Melissa Wong will explore the technical and logistical set-up of hybrid programs as well as the types of programs that are conducive to the hybrid format. The webinar is planned to be discussion-based with substantial time for participants to ask questions and share experiences.
By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to:
- Determine whether a particular program or program idea is suitable for the hybrid format.
- Identify technology and logistical
considerations for a hybrid program.
Melissa A. Wong is an adjunct lecturer in the School of
Information Sciences at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where
she teaches courses in reference, instruction, elearning, and academic
librarianship. Melissa is the co-editor of Reference and Information
Services: An Introduction, 6th edition, with Laura Saunders, and co-author,
also with Laura
Saunders, of the open access textbook Instruction in Libraries and Information Settings: An Introduction. She was the 2022 recipient of the Reference and User Services Association’s Isadore Gilbert Mudge Award for contributions to reference librarianship and the 2012 recipient of the university’s Campus Award for Excellence in Online and Distance Teaching.
Funding for this webinar has been provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as part of the American Rescue Plan: Humanities Organization Grant.
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