York University, Toronto CA

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      Brian BeattyBrian Beatty

      York University has been piloting a HyFlex approach for the past year, and it is planning to expand substantially this coming year. They have posted several helpful resources that may be directly helpful to you or may provide you with another example of how to provide meaningful support for your community.

      1. “Success of hyflex pilot is a collaborative effort” by Elaine Smith published May 19, 2022 at the YFile website: https://yfile.news.yorku.ca/2022/05/19/success-of-hyflex-pilot-is-a-collaborative-effort/ Read this short newsletter article to hear about their strategic effort to start small, build success, refine technology plans, and align administrative systems to prepare for a more substantial rollout of HyFlex this coming academic year.

      The support team has provided a substantial HyFlex Guide for faculty, available here: https://www.yorku.ca/teachingcommons/wp-content/uploads/sites/38/2021/11/Hyflex-Document_MFM4.pdf Full of helpful additional links for local faculty, this guide may help you decide the support your campus should prepare for faculty, and perhaps consider an accompanying guide for students!

      Another excellent resource (from my perspective at least), is this website describing the technology provided in their HyFlex classrooms: https://lthelp.yorku.ca/hyflex

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