You’re (still) on mute!” Lessons from a term of hyflex training

Like many institutions, my university – knowing that the continued complications of the pandemic make remote access still useful – kitted out some classrooms to enable students to join on-campus teaching remotely through hybrid, or Hyflex (‘hybrid flexible’) learning. I, and a colleague, had the privilege of introducing our academic staff to these rooms and helping them think about how they might adapt their teaching to this new environment. There have been many pieces on how to teach successfully using Hyflex (such as this, from King’s College), but here are two key things I learned from my first term of training others in this mode.

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