Adjunct Faculty Face Challenges Adjusting to Emergency Online Instruction

by Rebecca Koenig Like many others teaching college classes across the country, Sharyn Hardy spent the last few days figuring out how to translate her carefully crafted classroom lectures into lessons that her students can learn online. Yet she has had to do double the adapting of most full-time faculty. Hardy is an adjunct instructor who teaches at two institutions in the greater Boston area, which means she’s had to follow two sets of instructions for dealing with the coronavirus, adhere to two timelines for preparing for distance teaching and hastily learn two separate technology systems for delivering lectures virtually. […]
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