What Online Learning Should Look Like in Higher Education
Online learning has many benefits
The quick shift to teaching online in 2020 forced all of us in higher education to rethink how to do what we do and why. Those lessons, however messy and difficult, were well worth learning.
It's clear that in the approaching post-pandemic world, some version of online learning will be a part of the fabric of most universities. And I believe that is good.
There were plenty of problems with how brick-and-mortar universities transitioned to online instruction in 2020. Many students and faculty struggled to access reliable Wi-Fi and technology. Most of us struggled to use online tools for teaching and learning. All of us struggled to study and work in the same spaces where we live, raise children and care for aging parents.
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