Teaching HyFlex

Resources for NDSU instructors


HyFlex is short for hybrid-flexible. At NDSU, this means each course is built to give students and instructors a choice to attend either in person or remotely. The course still has a physical classroom and synchronous instruction, and the learning outcomes are the same regardless of mode of attendance. It uses existing technologies as well as new ones planned from CARES funding to achieve this. HyFlex is not a software package, a learning management system, or a specific pedagogical approach.

Classroom Technology/Equipment List

List of technology available in each classroom (updated frequently)

Teaching HyFlex in Different Types of Classrooms

Using technology to deliver HyFlex instruction in the following contexts:

HyFlex Resources

Pedagogical Tips and Best Practices

  1. How to get learning and teaching technology as well as instructional design help, consultation services, and training/workshops
  2. Remote Teaching Tips (tips and tricks for instructors making the switch to remote teaching)
  3. Accessibility Tips for Teaching 
  4. [Link for document 104831 is unavailable at this time.] 
  5. Assignment Tips 
  6. Assessment Strategies 
  7. Designing and Using Group Work in Courses 
  8. Student Engagement Data Reports 
  9. Web Conferencing During Class Best Practices

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