Working definition of blended and hybrid learning
Blended cultural learning and participation programmes consist of both in person and online opportunities. Online learning can be delivered in real time or made accessible for use at different times. Hybrid learning simultaneously integrates online and in person elements.
The below notes and videos are from a series of Space for Learning Hybrid Learning Guidance workshops running from June 2022. The workshops have been programmed in response to needs identified by museum and gallery learning colleagues around understanding and delivering blended and hybrid learning.
Delivered in partnership by the Clore Duffield Foundation, Engage and the Group for Education in Museums (GEM).
Workshop 1: Kit, safeguarding and copyright
Speaker presentationsProfessor Stephen Heppell, CEO Heppell.net
Building hybrid spaces for learning, where learners might be their best selves
Cliff Manning, R&D Director, Parent Zone
Online risk, safety and opportunity - some things to consider in digital delivery
Virginia Leaver, General Manager, Learning, National Theatre
Reflections on creating their online safeguarding policy.
Naomi Korn, CEO and Founder, Naomi Korn Associates
Copyright, licensing and attribution: what museum learning teams need to know when delivering online
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Workshop 2: Delivering parity of experience
Speaker presentationsMatt Needham, Freelance Visual Artist & Creative, Marketing Communication and Administrator, Young Manchester and Assistant Director, DIS:Play project, Contact Theatre
Considering the theoretical and practical when delivering hybrid learning
Frances Jeens, Interim Director, Jewish Museum London
Our approach to ensuring parity of experience in our online and in person learning experience
Rebecca James, Reading Museum
How do you deliver parity of experience?