School of Pharmacy Fellowship Project Abstract

Story submitted by: Casey Gallimore
Department: Pharmacy / Associate Professor
From: School of Pharmacy

Abstract: Provide a Blended Learning Toolkit specific to School of Pharmacy that can facilitate and motivate interested faculty in designing, implementing, and assessing blended learning activities within their individual courses.

Develop a Blended Learning Toolkit specific to School of Pharmacy that can facilitate and motivate interested faculty in designing, implementing, and assessing blended learning activities within their individual courses. This Toolkit will branch off of the larger campus-wide Blended Learning Toolkit. The Toolkit will include information and resources to address the following items: 1) Reasons to adopt a blended learning approach, including evidence from those currently using blended learning methods within the School of Pharmacy. 2) Ways to build a blended learning course or transfer a pre-existing course to a blended learning format including transfer of material to online format and incorporation of online material back into the classroom in an active learning format. 3) Suggested methods for most effectively assessing a blended learning course. 4) Practical tips for successfully incorporating blended learning activities. 5) Example models from courses within the School of Pharmacy that have already incorporated blending learning methods.

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