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Give feedback on hybrid education

Published Apr 13, 2022

KTH wants to evaluate what students think about physical teaching on campus and hybrid teaching. Help us by answering a short survey with four questions.

The survey is now closed – thank you for your feedback!

Thank you for taking the time to answer our survey on hybrid education. We have received a lot of good feedback and really value your comments. Your responses will contribute to the further development of hybrid education at KTH.

Your answers will contribute to the further development of hybrid teaching at KTH and help us to develop facilities, give tips to teachers on pedagogy for hybrid teaching and improve students’ experience in hybrid classrooms. You can submit your feedback until 2 May by filling out the survey further down on this page.

This is hybrid education

Hybrid teaching is when the teacher is generally in the physical room but has students attending both in the classroom and digitally, often via a web meeting in Zoom. Students on campus and students attending digitally can see and hear each other and interact through common collaboration methods such as chat or online documentation through OneDrive. The work of evaluating and developing hybrid teaching is done by the Department of Learning in Engineering Sciences.

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Last changed: Apr 13, 2022