July 26, 2021
July 26, 2021
July 19, 2022
Computing and Information Technology
A flexible learning defensive security course was developed using the HyFlex delivery model which was initially developed at San Francisco State University. This paper discusses how a limited-flexibility model was transformed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and how the course was changed from having a single path to offering a HyFlex Options Menu where students select between several options for each area of the class. The overall outline and instructional design of the course are presented. The implementation of each of the HyFlex options is presented and the logistics of the overall course are reviewed. The challenges that were faced during course development and while offering the course, and how these were responded to, are discussed. Challenges with the rapid implementation of the HyFlex-based delivery model amidst the pandemic are reviewed. Additionally, differences between the San Francisco State University HyFlex model and the HyFlex-based model used in the course are discussed. Finally, plans for future offerings of this course are reviewed.
Straub, J. (2021, July), Development of a HyFlex Defensive Security Course Paper presented at 2021 ASEE Virtual Annual Conference Content Access, Virtual Conference. 10.18260/1-2--36957
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