This means that your learning and teaching activities are designed to use both digital and onsite delivery, allowing a seamless transition between the two.
You are most likely studying on a hybrid course because your on-site access to specialist facilities is important for your learning outcomes in terms of knowledge and skills acquisition or for assessment.
The nature of your course will determine the balance of online and onsite delivery. But broadly speaking you will most likely be provided with an online lecture which will be shorter in length and interspersed with engaging activities.
The lecture and activities will be flexible, so it is easier for you to access these at a time that suits you and you can stop and start these to maximise your understanding of the topic.
However, you will need to complete watching the lecture and the activities before the next learning session.
Throughout the week there will be timetabled opportunities to meet your lecturers and other students on your course.
You will work in groups on real world industry relevant problems which will help you to apply your learning and get feedback from your lecturers and other students. All of this will help you to engage with large and small groups so you can strengthen your voice and your confidence.
We use a virtual learning environment which will host your accessible course and module information.