Teaching on-line in COVID-19 times

Chris Campbell, Kathryn Coleman, Melissa Cain

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    Since April 2020, we have been conducting an international survey on COVID-19 remote teaching. From our study of 635 teachers across all sectors, 105 respondents were in the higher education/ tertiary sector; 40 from Australia (all HE), 42 in the USA, with others from New Zealand, Japan, Canada, Singapore, Fiji and Europe. 10 per cent of our 105 respondents were already teaching on-line pre-pandemic. In 16 open-ended questions we asked teachers to tell us how COVID-19 had affected learning and teaching for them and their students.
    Original languageEnglish
    Specialist publicationCampus Morning Mail
    PublisherCampus Morning Mail
    Publication statusPublished - 22 Nov 2020


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