Looking for Learning in the Transition to Online Courses

Credit: iStock.com/Imgorthand
Credit: iStock.com/Imgorthand
As Regan Gurung pointed out in his May 2020 article, teaching during the pandemic merits analysis. The fast transition to online instruction was terribly challenging and not to be repeated (we can only hope). And although learning how to respond during a pandemic is important, what may be more enduring is discovering what happens to education when online courses are the norm.

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