A Surprising Fruit of Our Pandemic Fall Semester
Questions abound about the state of liberal arts and sciences colleges post-pandemic. Will they survive? Will they thrive? Will remote learning, now firmly part of our educational tool kit, remain a fixed part of the liberal arts and sciences landscape? Or will it lapse back into the background when in-person learning is again possible? Will faculty, staff and students continue to innovate in digital pedagogies or, in the long run, will necessity have failed to prove itself the mother of invention?
Originally published: December 7, 2020
Author: Laurie L. Patton
Institution: Middlebury College
Published by: Inside Higher Ed