A hybrid and online course is a wonderful way to learn in school. A student is given more flexibility and a wider variety of resources and experiences than many on-ground in-person classes. A student gets to set their own schedule, watch lectures where they are most productive, and they get the power to review and diversify their own learning experiences. For faculty, the depth, breadth, and delivery of teaching is expanded and diversified.
However, these great elements require students to be more aware and diligent in staying on top of requirements and deadlines. Online and hybrid courses often require more time than an on-ground class for both the student taking the class and the instructor leading the class. A calendar or agenda is almost certainly required, setting up a routine will greatly help both students and faculty, and if trouble arises then the student must reach out for help. For faculty, intentional course design is crucial for student success.