Since being featured in the 08-26-2016 Scout Report, Hybrid Pedagogy has added a podcast called HybridPod to its offerings, which explores critical digital pedagogy. Listeners looking to reflect on the upcoming school year may benefit from the episodes "Connection" and "Access."
Hybrid Pedagogy is an open-access journal dedicated to the discussion of "critical digital pedagogy by advocating for students and fostering awareness of academic hierarchies." First launched in 2011, the journal provides voices in education that might otherwise be marginalized with a venue for peer-review and publication. In addition, Hybrid Pedagogy curates primers on "Online Learning" and "Digital Pedagogy" that will be especially useful for educators adapting to online and hybrid learning models. These can be accessed by clicking on "About" in the menu at the top of the page and scrolling to the Primers section. Readers can also click "Podcast" to listen to HybridPod, produced by the journal and hosted by Chris Friend. The journal has also published several book-length works (accessed under "Books"), including Critical Digital Pedagogy: A Collection, and Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, which are available through an open access Creative Commons license. The journal is published through the nonprofit Hybrid Pedagogy Inc.