OverviewContents. Acknowledgments. Editorial Board. Annual Volumes of Issues in Language Program Direction. Abstracts. Introduction. 1. Hybrid Language Teaching and Learning: Looking Forward. 2. Best Practices in Online Learning: Is it for Everyone? Theoretical Views. 3. Theoretical and Empirical Foundations for Blended Language Learning. 4. Beyond Hybrid Learning: A Synthesis of Research on E-tutors under the Lens of SLA Theory. Pedagogical & Curricular Concerns. 5. Hybrid Learning Spaces: Re-envisioning Language Learning. 6. Introducing Blended Learning in Large Multi-Section Foreign Language Programs: An Opportunity for Reflecting on Course Content, Pedagogy, Learning Outcomes, and Assessment Issues. Learning Outcomes. 7. The Effects of Blended Learning on Second Language Fluency and Proficiency. 8. Complementary Functions of Face-to-Face and Online Oral Achievement Tests in a Hybrid Learning Program. 9. Analyzing Linguistic Outcomes of L2 Learners: Hybrid vs. Traditional Course Contexts. Open Access Issues. 10. Opening Up Foreign Language Education: The Case of Fran�ais Interactif. 11. Integrating Foundational Language and Content Study through New Approaches to Hybrid Learning and Teaching. Contributors.