Is COVID-19 Pushing Higher Ed Over the Technology Tipping Point?

The COVID-19 crisis has brought about years of technological change in a matter of months: faculty have leaned into Zoom, video recording, remote proctoring and a host of other technologies to deliver online learning in all its facets.

Arguably one of the greatest legacies of the pandemic will be the newfound openness to using technology to improve the learning experience for students, even when campuses eventually reopen.

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