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Academic Media Videoconference Services. Consider a “Blended” Curriculum. Charmaine Wellington Academic Training Coordinator Faculty Consultant. An instructional design concept

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Academic media videoconference services

Academic Media Videoconference Services

Consider a “Blended”


Charmaine Wellington

Academic Training Coordinator Faculty Consultant

What is a blended curriculum

An instructional design concept

Combining various learning situations and technologies -- “to deliver on promises about learning and performance.”

--Rossett et al.

What is a “Blended” Curriculum?

Issues in blended learning

Course content

Learning objectives

Students’ incoming skills

The available technology

 Logistical constraints

Issues in Blended Learning


Live face-to-face (formal)

Live face-to-face (informal)

Virtual collaboration: synchronous/ asynchronous

Self-paced learning

Performance support


What other technologies are available

Telephone and email

Learning management systems (WebCT and Blackboard)

Internet-delivered video


Academic notices



Webconference technology

What Other Technologies Are Available?

Blending videoconference with other technologies

Distribute materials online

Stimulate in-class discussions with online discussions

Work groups meet online

Fulfill some instructional objectives online

“Blending” Videoconference with other Technologies

Implementing a blended curriculum

Key: instructional design

Implementing a “Blended”Curriculum

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Charmaine Wellington

[email protected]

(509) 335-6524

Implementing a “Blended”Curriculum