Hybrid format courses are rapidly increasing in popularity among educators in university and adult education environments - and for good reason. The hybrid delivery format promises the best of both worlds: a unique blend of the most effective components of online and on-ground learning environments to support learning. Indeed, research now suggests that students in hybrid format courses have improved learning outcomes over those in traditional face-to-face courses. As educators embrace the new delivery format, two problems arise: the growing complexity of the model due to rapid technological advancements, and the challenge of selecting the most effective components for the online and in-person portions of the course. This book offers a model of hybrid course design while examing current best practices of hybrid format course design and their implementation in specific contexts.