Projects

Current Blended Learning in the Liberal Arts projects are offered through the College’s new Digital Bryn Mawr Seed Grant program, which covers digital research and scholarship, as well as teaching-related projects. Blended Learning projects from the Digital Bryn Mawr Seed Grants Awarded 2017-2018 include:

We’ve also been working with various departments on blended learning at a program, rather than the course, level, including:

We’ve also been using what we’ve learned in these blended learning projects on a multi-year project with the Undergraduate Dean’s Office to blend undergraduate advising. This has involved creating online checklists that students and their deans keep track of advising- and enrollment-related deadlines and task completion, and getting the dean’s office set up to host online informational webinars and hold one-on-one online advising meetings for entering first-year students in the summer before they come to campus and for continuing students who may away for study abroad, internships, etc. Student engagement has been strong — just over a third of this year’s entering first-year class
had an online academic advising appointment with their deans before coming to campus next week! We believe the blended advising approach will significantly reduce student anxieties and improve the quality of interactions between advisors and advisees.

Additionally, Educational Technology Services has lead or collaborated on several grant-funded projects. To get a better sense of what sort of work we do, or to get ideas for your own class or project, see the following collection of our projects past and present:

 

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