Presented By: Victoria Abramenka

Keywords: Blended Learning, Diversity, and Usability & Accessibility

Designing a course to be delivered in a hybrid/flipped format for students who are on the other side of the globe is very challenging due to many aspects, mainly technological and administrative. All of these challenges governed the process of the course design as well as impacted the final product. In my presentation, will demonstrate the design of my social and global networking course that I teach now online for Chinese students (who are in China) and how the course design was responsive to the technological and administrative challenges.

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