COVID-19 forced us to see the good and the bad of remote learning
Of all the changes that COVID-19 thrust on higher education, the sudden shift to remote teaching was perhaps the most unprecedented. Although colleges and universities have slowly been adding new online options in recent years, the bulk of what we do has remained largely focused on in-person classwork and instruction.
Originally published: July 17, 2020
Author: Adam Weinberg
Institution: Denison University
Published by: The Hill