Using the right technology, setting clear expectations and being mindful of the differences between in-person and remote learning are key, experts say. As colleges release their plans for the fall semester, even those hoping to reopen their campuses are leaning heavily on remote instruction to spread out students and give them more options. Under some hybrid models, instructors will teach classes in person and simultaneously livestream those lessons to remote students. But it can be tough to ensure remote and in-person students get the same quality of education when they take classes together. Here's how several ed tech and higher education experts say colleges can prepare for a hybrid fall.