Join MIT Global Studies and Languages for our Brown Bag Lunch Series: informal presentations on current research by faculty, lecturers, post-docs, and visiting scholars, giving individual presentations or informal group panels. Light lunch provided.
This roundtable aims at presenting, exploring and reflecting on new approaches to designing, developing and enhancing language instruction through hybrid or blended courses. Such courses are designed to combine classroom face-to-face activities with online ones. We’ll explore the specific characteristics of hybrid courses and the ways in which the course program can be included, as well as how their design allows to complement and reinforce traditional classroom teaching.
Presentation by Wellesley College Faculty:
Rachid I. Aadnani – Senior Lecturer in Middle Eastern Studies
Daniela Bartalesi-Graf – Lecturer in Italian Studies
Evelina Gužauskytė – Associate Professor of Spanish
Sun-Hee Lee – Associate Professor of Korean
Moderator: Nilma Dominique – Lecturer in Portuguese