TEACHING. The PIL unit’s website now contains advice and tips for teachers who will hold hybrid teaching, ie teaching with students both on campus and at a distance.
Due to Corona, some parts of the university’s courses and programs will be held as hybrid teaching. This means lectures and seminars where students can participate in the discussion either remotely or on campus, synchronously. It is a challenge for a teacher to at the same time handle both students at a distance and students in the room.
Sound is one of the most important things to keep in mind when teaching hybrid. If hybrid teaching is to be meaningful, everything that is said on campus must also be perceived by those who participate at a distance. During lectures, this usually works well, but if the students are to be able to hear each other, there need to be microphones in the hall.
More advice and tips can be found on the PIL unit’s new website on hybrid teaching. There you will also find contact routes if you need help with the technology.
TEXT: OLOF SIVERBO / PIL UNIT