Chickering & Gamson's Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education offers a researched-based (50 years worth) set of guidelines that apply to both undergraduate and graduate learning. Developed based on a face-to-face modality, Chickering & Ehrmann examined these principles in their article, Implementing the Seven Principles: Technology as Lever, which isn't quite an online application. Applying Chickering’s 7 Principles to Remote Learning makes that leap.
(live class meetings via Zoom, Collaborate, Teams, etc.)
(course content/interactions in Blackboard)
"Hybrid teaching is not just a matter of transferring a portion of your traditional course to the Web. Instead, it involves developing challenging and engaging online learning activities that complement your face-to-face activities. What types of learning activities do you think you will be using for the online portion of your course?" From An Introduction to Hybrid Teaching (download file below)