"In the first two weeks of March 2020, faculty across the U.S. were notified in waves that they needed to move their in-person classes online due to COVID19 stay-at-home mandates. All of these individuals were in the final weeks of winter quarter, past the mid-term of the spring semester, or poised to take a desperately needed pause with the upcoming spring break. Classrooms shuttered, offices were abandoned and dining rooms became makeshift workspaces."—Source: The EvoLLLution
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WHY THIS MATTERS:
Questions loom about learning environments in the fall. How will face-to-face classrooms feel? Will a second wave of campus closures bring another round of widespread remote learning? No matter what, keeping students engaged is key.