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Jul 8, 2020

Adapting to Remote Learning in Higher Education

Universities and colleges were once buzzing cultural hubs of research, teaching and learning. This unique ecosystem was impacted significantly by Covid, forcing higher education providers to pivot online, at least for the time being.

Tough decisions included cancelling in-person classes, providing ‘on-the-fly’ training for online delivery and learning, all while alleviating fears and reassuring stakeholders.

These accelerated changes within higher education mean Covid is considered a "black swan" transition catalyst. For years, higher education has retained a mostly traditional format through brick-and-mortar infrastructure and face-to-face delivery. The challenge then is to identify how to continue delivering high-quality education.

How do we reassure faculty about the channels of teaching, and students' about the quality outcomes from remote learning?

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#OrchanPR #OrchestratingChange #ChangeNow #Evolve #BusinessAsUnusual #BusinessEvolved #thethirddegree #highereducation #tertiaryeducations

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