‘We are all in this together’: How A&L faculty rapidly adapted their courses for distance learning
From philosophy to musical theatre to economics, Arts and Letters faculty are using technological innovations — as well as creativity, patience, and empathy — to continue the educational experience for their students as the University shifts to online classes in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The sudden shift has prompted adaptation in the face of adversity — from defending a dissertation via Zoom meeting to posting and analyzing behind-the-scenes clips of rehearsal for a musical that won’t be performed — but it has also already helped faculty and students forge new bonds with each other.
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Originally published by al.nd.edu on March 31, 2020.at