"For a few years now, the specter of online teaching had been encroaching into my classroom as the inevitable fate of higher education in the United States. Slowly but surely we, professors of all sorts, are enticed to design our syllabi as “online courses,” both as a way to recruit hard-to-reach students and to conform to our universities’ unavoidable e-teaching trajectory."—Source: eCampus News
WHY THIS MATTERS:
The quick shift to remote learning in the COVID-19 era hasn't exactly been an easy transition. But as institutions chart a path forward for fall, it's a good time to take stock of the lessons learned from the mid-semester change in content delivery.