LFS 252 Hybrid Delivery Project

TitleLFS 252 Hybrid Delivery Project
Faculty/College/UnitLand & Food Systems
Duration2 Year
Project Summary

The project is to support the transformation of LFS 252 from an in-person delivery format to hybrid learning format. Traditionally, this course is taught in-person with two 1.5 hour lectures per week and a one hour in-person tutorial per week. This project aims to transform the course delivery to a hybrid delivery format with one in-person class per week and the second lecture being taught using an online delivery format.

Tutorials will also transformed using a hybrid delivery format consisting of some in-person and online classes. This will benefit the students by providing greater flexibility in learning and better course engagement during both in-class instruction and online learning formats. The objective of this project is to redesign the course to combine in-class instruction and activities with flexible, guided online learning in a virtual environment. Guided online activities will engage students with independent and active learning that can be submitted online.

Funding Details
Year 1: Project YearYear 1
Year 1: Funding Year2024/2025
Year 1: Project TypeSmall TLEF
Year 1: Principal InvestigatorMichael Johnson
Year 1: Funded Amount23,660
Year 1: Team Members

Michael Johnson, Sessional Lecturer, Food and Resource Economics, Faculty of Land and Food Systems
Kelleen Wiseman, Academic Director and Manager, Master of Food and Resource Economics, Faculty of Land and Food Systems