A safe, hybrid-flexible way to teach and learn
Northeastern’s reopening to students in the fall includes the implementation across all campuses of a learning model, Hybrid NUflex. This model leverages new technology and flexible schedules to enable students to learn from anywhere, anytime.
Safe Collaboration and Quiet Spaces on Campus
Learning From Anywhere
Hybrid NUflex allows students to learn from anywhere—in an on-campus classroom or anywhere in the world. The participants in the classroom will have a safe in-person experience that meets public health guidelines to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, while at the same time those at a distance can still fully participate in the activities of a class.
Planning a Safe Return to the Classroom
Canvas and Integrated Tools
Take Part in a Live Hybrid NUflex Demonstration
In many of the classrooms across Northeastern, faculty can easily teach a Hybrid NUflex class, leveraging tools and methods that are already familiar. View a recorded demo or register for a live demo via Zoom to experience what a classroom looks like with an instructor, students in-person in the classroom socially distanced, and students participating remotely through a Zoom session. In these demos, an instructor walks through the new technology and how to interact with it during class to maximize the NUflex learning experience.
Keep Teaching, Keep Learning
Resources and support will be provided to help ensure that faculty and students have the best experience with the technology that enables the Hybrid NUflex program. Remote health monitoring of in-room systems will help minimize disruptions and potential downtime. More details on the classroom configurations, including visuals, documentation, and training will be shared in the coming weeks.
Workshops are available now for faculty to familiarize themselves with and gain competency in Canvas, Zoom, accessibility tools, and other technologies used for teaching a Hybrid NUflex class.