Hybrid Pedagogy

Training and tool kit for hybrid teaching 

With academic life moving online, scholars must develop new ways of teaching and engaging students. Video tools are becoming essential to achieving these goals. And yet, academics often do not have the technical skills to produce high-quality video content.

Recording, editing, and uploading e-lectures has become a core part of teaching duties – as a growing number of universities embrace the advantages of e-teaching. [1]


However, due partly to a lack of resources, this digital shift has added inordinately to academics’ workload; generated confusion regarding ethical and legal requirements; caused stress among academics; and led to disengagement among students.[2, 3 

It does not have to be this way. Embracing the digital shift can bring about new opportunities [4] for teaching staff [5], while significantly improving learning outcomes for students.[6] OxCo developed resources enabling scholars to create high-quality hybrid lectures, enhancing the experience of both teachers and students

Our e-teaching training programme leverages automation tools, especially auto-animation software, allowing busy scholars to shortcut the process to proficiency. Emphasis is NOT placed on a classical or technical understanding. Instead, participants engage in an active, hands-on learning experience during which they will create their own high-quality blended learning experiences.  The programme covers a full curriculum in hybrid teaching, from course material design, to legal and ethical guidance on online publishing.

Maximising the benefit of online teaching requires students’ active participation. Therefore, this workshop series does not focus solely on producing digital content; it also stresses the importance of designing hybrid learning experiences that combine high-quality videos, face-to-face interactions (where possible), and a series of research communication tools which are currently available, but largely unfamiliar, to teaching staff. By inviting  faculty to re-think their approach to teaching in response to the current context, this training programme supports academics in a key way, at a time when they are expected to deploy academic engagement and science communications methods to meet the new needs of today’s students.

6 modules to create your hybrid classes

Script your e-lectures to foster learning outcomes
     Get started: Set up an effective home-studio 
     Enrich your lectures with multimedia content
Learn to edit your own content seamlessly
Incorporate synchronous interactive activities
   Publish online in accordance with legal best practices 

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Train your research teams, research centres, and academic departments

See also 


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Engage your students: get support to design interactive e-classes

public engagement

Evolve your research papers into videos to widen your audience