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Hybridx Higher Education – A Multidimensional Overlay of Hybrid Forms of Learning and Teaching

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The diversification of study programs serves to impart knowledge and skills in a way that is appropriate to the target group and to individualize learning paths in a student-centered manner. Traditional hybrid forms of learning such as the combination of face-to-face and distance learning (blended learning) are extended by new hybrid approaches. However, these often appear rather by chance than on a sound basis due to the diversity of opportunities and digital tools available today. Hybrid forms of university teaching are increasingly combined in different contexts and degrees of digitization. The resulting increase of higher education teaching complexity can only be managed through structured, transparent, and evidence-based approaches when designing learning and teaching models. The suggested Hybridx university teaching reference model describes the combination of several teaching and learning dimensions. It builds a foundation for systematically restructuring university teaching using innovative, digital approaches. Next to the conceptualization of the novel Hybridx reference model, the paper provides case study examples and recommendations for using hybrid forms of learning and teaching.

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  • Hybrid higher education
  • Hybrid learning
  • Learning strategy
  • Learning in practice

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Schumann, CA., Nitsche, AM., Tittmann, C., Reuther, K. (2022). Hybridx Higher Education – A Multidimensional Overlay of Hybrid Forms of Learning and Teaching. In: Guralnick, D., Auer, M.E., Poce, A. (eds) Innovations in Learning and Technology for the Workplace and Higher Education. TLIC 2021. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, vol 349. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-90677-1_31

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