A Holistic Approach to Quality Learning in Higher Education
Reading time: 1 min. Since the COVID-19 epidemic, administrators and faculty in higher education have been grappling with the issue of how to keep students engaged in remote learning environments. The answer lies in creating a learning environment that is more than just course materials. It also takes a holistic approach to the student’s entire academic journey.
What will this solution look like? Faculty will need options to allow them to convert in-person interactions with students into a digital format. Institutions will need to develop digital resources that are scalable to ensure accessibility and provide a positive user-experience for all students.
Justin Dammeier, Executive Director for Education Technology at Ivy Technical Community College, says, “This allows faculty to focus on what they do best, which is forming relationships with students, sharing content expertise with students and really helping their students succeed in those courses.”
How can institutions create online learning environments that are high quality? For four ideas that will help faculty and higher education leaders get started, check out the article on Higher Ed Dive.
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