Transforming Teaching & Learning

The Shift to Remote Learning: The Human Element

Experts weigh in on how the sudden, forced adoption of technology-delivered instruction will affect the well-being of professors and students alike.

The State of Online Education, Before Coronavirus

Six in 10 online learning administrators say their campuses require professors to train before teaching online -- but 70 percent say students aren't formally prepared to study virtually.

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Will Shift to Remote Teaching Be Boon or Bane for Online Learning?

Because of COVID-19, most professors and students suddenly find themselves forced to use technology as they teach and learn. A panel of experts explores whether that will help or hurt attitudes about online education.

‘As Human as Possible’

Suddenly trying to teach humanities courses online? Mind your presence, ask good questions and manage expectations, experts say.

Transforming Your Online Teaching
From Crisis to Community

As more classes gravitate online due to the coronavirus, we must eschew the technocratic utopianism that implies that, simply by teaching remotely, professors are doing their jobs, write Cathy N. Davidson and Christina Katopodis.

The Human Element in Online Learning

As colleges pivot quickly toward online learning, here’s the secret most educators and students don’t yet know: done right, online education can be surprisingly intimate, write Larry DeBrock, Norma Scagnoli and Fataneh Taghaboni-Dutta.

Ed-Tech Vendors Confront
Sudden Opportunity and Risk

With the coronavirus outbreak forcing colleges to close campuses and move classes online, vendors face sudden upside. But the biggest beneficiaries are likely different in the long and short terms.


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