The Blended Learning in the Liberal Arts Initiative is a collective effort to discover and share ways for using blended learning to support learner-centered pedagogies, facilitate meaningful faculty-student interactions, and focus on the deep, active and authentic learning that liberal arts colleges value. (Read more: Why Blended Learning?)
Our initiative includes:
- T3+BlendLAC, a joint conference between Bryn Mawr College and St. Norbert College. Registration for the conference opens July 1, 2020. Stay tuned!
- Bryn Mawr College's Online Teaching Institute, an opportunity for participants to work together with support on the design of their hybrid and online courses.
- Collaboration opportunities with faculty, including pedagogical and technological support and funding opportunities
- Internships for Bryn Mawr students interested in building their digital skills and critical perspectives on technology
Blended Learning is an initiative of the Education and Scholarly Technology team (formerly Educational Technology Services) of Library and Information Technology Services (LITS) at Bryn Mawr College.
Educational and Scholarly Technology