These conferences are intended as a forum for faculty and staff to share resources, techniques, findings, and experiences related to blended learning. We are interested in how blended learning can be used not only to improve learning outcomes, but also to support the close faculty-student relationships and deep, lifelong learning that are the hallmarks of a liberal arts education.
Bryn Mawr College is happy to announce that we will be hosting the fifth annual Blended Learning in the Liberal Arts Conference on May 18-19, 2016.
Below are links to archived material (slides, video, etc.) from previous years.
Our definition of blended learning is quite broad, encompassing any combination of online and face-to-face instruction with a focus on supporting the close faculty-student interaction and emphasis on lifelong learning that are hallmarks of American liberal arts education.Although we are open to all topics related to blended learning in the liberal arts, we are particularly interested in workshop, presentation or poster proposals about the following:
- People who are just getting started with blended learning in the liberal arts
- Assessment of blended learning courses and/or programs
- Using digital technologies to support student course projects and the questions these projects raise about: longevity/sun-setting, privacy, intellectual property, assessment, etc.
- Blended learning in methods courses
- Accessibility and blended learning courses and/or programs
Browse the contents of Blended Learning in the Liberal Arts Conference:
- Blended Learning in the Liberal Arts Conference 2016
- We are still finalizing the schedule for the Blended Learning Conference, which will run from around 1:00-6:00pm on Wednesday, May 18, and 9:00am-5:30pm on Thursday, May 19. Stay tuned for more information on panels, posters and other events.
- 2015 Conference Archives
- 2014 Conference Archives
- 2013 Conference Archives
- 2012 Conference Archives