What not to do when putting your classes online

From Evolllution: “As part of the effort to ensure social distancing during the pandemic, universities sent students home en masse to learn online. However, it is estimated that 70% of faculty had never taught a virtual course previously (Hechinger & Lorin, 2020).” Ted Cross, Associate Dean of Graduate Programs in the College of Business, Western Governors University, shares insights on what not to do when putting classes online: don’t copy and paste, don’t create long videos, don’t make everything synchronous, don’t forget logistics, don’t think faculty are working less online, don’t forget training, and don’t set it and forget it.
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