Announcing the first-ever HyFlex Collaborative Conference!

Join us on June 26, 2023 onsite at the University at Albany, New York or online. This conference is a collaboration between the HyFlex Learning Community and a team of educators from AATLAS, at the School of Education at the University at Albany (SUNY) and Hunter College (CUNY). The Call for Proposals has been released, registration is open, and sponsorship opportunities are available. 

Full conference information is available at 

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: The 2023 HyFlex Collaborative Conference seeks concurrent proposals that closely align with the educational practices and principles of HyFlex education related to the fields of K-12, higher education, adult learning, professional development, and online education. Proposals are welcomed for individual presentations that can share best practices, lessons learned, and address the needs of diverse populations focusing on the HyFlex mode of instruction. The theme for this important conference is directly related to the HyFlex Principles of Learner Choice, Equivalency, Reusability, and Accessibility in teaching and learning related to K-12, Higher Education, and Adult Learning. Suggested topics include engagement, assessment, creating the one-class learning experience, and HyFlex design and delivery challenges and solutions. Proposals are due the first week of March 2023. For more information about presenting at the conference and to submit a proposal, please visit

INFORMATIONAL WEBINAR: The HyFlex Learning Community is hosting an informational webinar on February 17, 2023 focused on the conference and opportunities to be involved as a presenter, attendee, or sponsor. 

If you are interested in attending the webinar (2/17/2023 9:00-10:30 am PT), please register here:

If you are interested in reviewing the Call for Proposals or Registering for the Conference, please visit

If you have other questions, please contact us at hyflexlearning @ or hyflexcollaborative @

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