"To support the project partners in their forays into blended learning, UCF developed the Blended Learning Toolkit, a comprehensive resource for individuals and institutions to draw upon to develop and deploy blended learning initiatives. The toolkit was formally launched on July 12, 2011 as part of an NGLC Summer Learning Series webinar (see the archive at http://educause.adobeconnect.com/p6sz6ha9blw/). Made available under a Creative Commons license, the Toolkit contains the following elements: Best practices, strategies, models, and course design principles. Two open educational resource (OER) prototype blended course templates in key core general education disciplines: Composition and Algebra. Directions and suggestions for applying the toolkit resources to create original blended courses in disciplines other than Composition and Algebra. Faculty development training materials for the design and delivery of the prototype open courses, including three comprehensive, online, instructor preparation programs for participating faculty. Assessment and data collection protocols for all participating institutions, including survey instruments and standards. Grant-related virtual and in-person workshops for participating institutions and others within the AASCU membership..."
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