Preparing for Post-Pandemic Education

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In recent months, faculty members and their institutions across the nation and around the world have embraced the necessity of transitioning courses to various remote delivery modes. While most faculty members have had to make some accommodations in their current courses, the necessity of moving to remote course delivery has been particularly challenging for faculty who have not previously developed or delivered online courses. Fortunately, with support and assistance from administrators, staff, and colleagues, those new to online teaching and more experienced faculty have been able to keep our instructional trains running. We’ve had to adjust schedules and routes in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, but those of us who provide academic leadership are doing our best to ensure that students complete their courses, stay on track for graduation, and reach their planned career destinations.

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