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Adjusting to Remote Instruction at Community Colleges
Faculty members at community and technical colleges face challenges in the pivot to remote learning and are trying new technology, assessment tools and ways to communicate.
By Madeline St. Amour in Inside Higher Ed, April 9, 2020
Making the Leap from the Traditional to the Virtual Educational Experience.
The article offers information on the leap from the traditional to the virtual educational experience because of social distancing due to spread of COVID-19. Topics discussed include virtual technologies for connection in higher education such as Google Meet and Zoom; the strategic importance of centers for teaching and learning in the educational mission of colleges and universities; and the Center for Collaborative Teaching and Learning (CCTL) addressing about the inclusion and diversity.
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Synchronous instruction is trending, but experts say a more intentional mix of live and asynchronous classwork is necessary for future remote terms.
In Inside Higher Ed, By Colleen Flaherty, April 29, 2020