Effective Practices for Multi-Modal Teaching and Learning. As a result of the COVID pandemic, our students have experienced an unprecedented shift to hybrid learning—as have many faculty, adopting and adapting quickly to serve their students’ needs and course goals. The instructional agility required for success is difficult to achieve – but also presents new opportunities to enhance how faculty embrace equitable, evidence-based, and flexibly integrated teaching practices that meet students where they are, holistically, in their lives (i.e., literally in their homes). This workshop provides participants with chances to discuss the challenges and opportunities of multi-modal teaching and learning. After a framing introduction, the workshop facilitators will guide participants through structured breakout sessions to share and explore effective practices and to brainstorm ideas to enrich the multi-modal learning environment. In the second section of the workshop, participants will consider equity-minded strategies for hybrid instruction in the general education classroom. Time will be provided to engage in course revision activities, and participants can expect to leave the workshop with strategies for effective and equitable multi-modal teaching that can be deployed in their general education courses.