Most universities in the United States have chosen to offer a mix of in-person and online instruction in the coming academic year as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and.
by Robert Massa Not long after the COVID-19 pandemic caused colleges to start teaching remotely, students balked at the idea of paying full tuition for online learning. It’s not hard to understand.
Here, the presidents of three universities answer six critical questions about the future of higher education as its being reshaped by COVID-19. Beyond just moving online, how is COVID-19 forcing.
Teaching students online isn’t about pontificating on a stage, it’s about developing meaningful relationships by Kate Roll Universities have changed how we teach in at least one important way: we’re now.
by Erin Beard As more and more higher education classes move to an online format, it’s necessary for teachers to address the pedagogical challenges that come along with the online.
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.