In der Übersicht
We propose to investigate the views of the learning experience of design and business students in hybrid environments. Covid-19 was a catalyzer of online learning. Universities quickly moved into online platforms to help students acquire new knowledge and develop new skills. Design and business programs adopted Zoom, Miro, and other tools, and combined them with more traditional classroom approaches. This is an opportunity to learn and rethink hybrid learning practices to improve decision making processes when creating productive learning spaces. With this ITC project, we seek to identify the factors that support and hinder the learning experience of design and business students when learning different contents in two pedagogical approaches: lectures and studio classes. The preliminary findings derived from this study will lay the ground for the application of a larger follow-up study including Swiss design schools.