With most postsecondary institutions moving to a fully online learning model for the new term, colleges and universities across North America will face many new challenges. Faculty must be made comfortable with remote instruction.
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Second blog in the “Transition to Hybrid Learning” mini-series with Cisco
With some of the biggest names in post-secondary education, including major institutions ranging, all announcing plans to remain mostly online for the fall of 2020, the September 2020 academic season is expected to be very different.
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This article will provide some tips for university educators on how to best combine self-paced with live online teaching in order to ensure the smooth continuation of their courses.
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