During the COVID-19 pandemic, the broad transition from in-person to remote instruction was unprecedented in the history of higher education. Many instructors were confronted with an overwhelming amount of information and technology tools with a short amount of time to process and understand which of these tools, strategies, or pedagogical approaches might work best in their respective courses. Despite this challenge, numerous innovations arose from this pivot that may be useful in future course deliveries. Looking ahead to the return to campus and in-person/hybridized instruction, this professional learning community will reflect on this period of online teaching and learning and explore the various innovations that arose from individual instructor experiences. This group will reflect on course design and implementation practices that worked well, did not work well, and which strategies may become ongoing components of course structures moving forward in a post-COVID world.
For more information, please refer to this document. Interested participants may submit a short expression of interest through this form. A stipend will be provided to participants who complete the program.
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