Evaluating the transition to emergency online teaching

Alexandra Mudd, Belinda Lange

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Abstract

In 2020, in response to the COVID 19 pandemic, universities across the world made the transition to emergency online teaching. At a public university in South Australia, training was offered to staff on how to use the university's preferred online platform. However, there was little time for staff to consider how to amend their teaching techniques to connect with students for effective learning. Meanwhile, students found themselves physically isolated from their peers, tutors, and university infrastructure. Our survey results explore the human experiences of students and teaching staff during this period of adaptation, focusing on what can be learnt for future.
Original languageEnglish
Pages13-14
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2021
Event46th International Conference on Improving University Teaching: The Human Side of Teaching - Online
Duration: 21 Jul 202123 Jul 2021
Conference number: 46th
https://iutconference.com/conference-program-2021/ (Conference program)

Conference

Conference46th International Conference on Improving University Teaching
Period21/07/2123/07/21
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Keywords

  • online teaching
  • COVID-19
  • University teaching

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