Deborah Healey's Attic : 2011 ABS Conference- Uruguay

Administrators' Guide to Successful Online/Hybrid Classes

Annotated outline

Growing availability and use of the Internet has brought new possibilities and challenges for administrators. Face-to-face, classroom-based courses increasingly incorporate Internet components to create “hybrid” or “blended” courses. More language learners are looking for the anytime, anywhere learning that a fully online course can provide. This session will draw upon the presenter’s extensive experience with hybrid and online courses, the upcoming 2nd edition of the Handbook for Language Program Administrators, and international TESOL’s Technology Standards to offer some guidance to administrators who are incorporating technology in their course offerings.

Considerations for administrators who are interested in including or enhancing Internet components in their course offerings include the following:


Here are a few resources others of interest to administrators and teachers.

TESOL Technology Standards:

Teaching and Administration: Online courses

Online students

Hybrid courses/Blended learning

Web 2.0 basics


Creative Commons License
Deborah's Attic by Deborah Healey is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Based on a work at
| © 2020 Deborah Healey

Last updated 6 May 2020