Our last #DLFTeach chat of 2021, “Hybridity in 2021,” will be Tuesday, December 14th at 11:00 am PT / 12:00 pm MT / 1:00 pm CST / 2:00 pm EST. This chat will focus on reflect on what it meant to "be hybrid" in 2021, what it looked like in reality, and what takeaways we have from those reflections. The chat will be co-hosted by myself (Hillary Richardson), Alex Wermer-Colan, and Heidi Winkler. The discussion will be guided by these questions:
Q1: How does your institution, region, or even state define “hybrid”, or what is required of you in being hybrid?
Q2: Did “being hybrid” end up meaning the same thing to you as the definition you were given? How so or not?
Q3: Does being hybrid look different for different parts of your job (e.g. instruction, day-to-day, administrative, etc.)?
Q4: What are some best teaching practices or tools that you picked up while teaching in hybrid environments?
Q5: How did you protect your time, energy, and resources while operating in a hybrid environment? Was it different than when you were doing this remotely?
Q6: Is teaching hybrid classrooms, workshops, etc. a sustainable practice? Which aspects of hybridity are here to stay and which are untenable?
For more information, visit the DLF Pedagogy wiki at https://wiki.diglib.org/2021.12.14_Digital_Library_Pedagogy_Twitter_Chat. Our conversation, which will be archived and posted to this page, will follow the DLF Code of Conduct, which we encourage all to read: https://www.diglib.org/about/code-of-conduct/.
Looking forward to it!
Coordinator of Undergraduate Research & Information Literacy
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1100 College Street, MUW-1625
Columbus, MS 39701