3 Points on Transitioning to Online Learning

The current coronavirus pandemic constrained many academic institutions to bring to a close all in-person classes and find solutions to move everything online, a process not only complicated from a technological point of view but even more so from a pedagogical perspective. A simple copy-paste of learning materials to a virtual environment, apart from being the simplest of solutions, does little to ensure academic rigour.

We all have to quickly adapt to a much-disrupted environment and for a short time, the quickest, simplest solutions, when it comes to learning, will have to suffice. However, as the crisis evolves, or moves to a much-awaited conclusion, institutions will likely need to address a large array of concerns, such as having an adequate digital strategy or leveraging proctoring or tutoring services as well as discerning between many new tools and resources.

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