Not All Online Students Are Lonely (and We Can’t Give up on Those Who Are)

Rather than dismissing the loneliness of online learning as inevitable, we need to work collectively across academia to continually improve student experiences for everyone. by Robert Furtado When I worked as a professor teaching media studies, I used to approach each class as a kind of focus group, a place for critically testing ideas and techniques I hoped would inspire, inform and ultimately impart students with the knowledge and skills they would need to become not only successful professionals but effective citizens. In every group, a few archetypes – “personas,” as marketers and designers call them – would emerge, like […]
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