- EDUCAUSE’s “7 Things You Should Know About HyFlex” (original 2010, updated 2020, I was involved in the 2020 update)
- “Hybrid-Flexible Course Design: Implementing student-directed hybrid classes,” Brian Beatty (ed.), 2019
- Values and Principles of Hybrid-Flexible Course Design, Brian Beatty
- Using HyFlex in Statistics for Engineers and (Data) Scientists, Jack Miller and Melinda Baham
- “Student Choice, Instructor Flexibility: Moving Beyond the Blended Instructional Model,” Jack Miller, Mark Risser, Rob Griffiths, 2013
- A comparison of HyFlex in two statistics courses at the University of Michigan, Jack Miller and Melinda Baham, 2018. Note: HyFlex is returning with Miller to Stats 250 in Fall 2020.
- “Can HyFlex Options Support Students in the Midst of Uncertainty?” (Brian Beatty blog post May 27, 2020)
- COVID-19 Planning for Fall 2020: A Closer Look at Hybrid-Flexible Course Design, Phil on Ed Tech blog post by Kevin Kelly (Kevin was involved in the 2020 update of EDUCAUSE’s “7 Things You Should Know About HyFlex”)
- Promoting Active Learning and Equity in a HyFlex Course, Griffith University, 2020
- The HyFlex Option for Instruction if Campuses Open This Fall, Inside Higher Ed’s Doug Lederman with Betsy Barre, Brian Beatty, and Bonni Stachowiak
- HyFlex Learning with David Rhoads (David and I presented in a session with Brian Beatty in 2016, David also has a chapter in Brian’s book)
- HyFlex Teaching: Jenni Hayman @ Cambrian College, May 2, 2020
Interested in my beginning with HyFlex? Here’s the link our Departmental Impact Grant at Ohio State where you can find documents associated with the $10,000 grant and a list of presentations.