Wednesday, February 24 | 1:00PM–2:00PM ET | Online

Member QuickTalk | Active Learning in the time of Covid-19: Part II

In this EDUCAUSE member event – focused on conversation rather than presentation and in partnership with, we’ll continue to discuss how the COVID-19 global health pandemic is bringing about short and long-term challenges related to the future of active, collaborative, hands-on learning, and the definition of “learning spaces.” In our hour together, we’ll explore the following questions:

  • How have IT units, faculty developers, and instructors shifted since the pandemic began almost one year ago?
  • How did your Fall journey unfold?
  • What were your greatest challenges, successes, surprises?
  • What lessons are you applying to Spring 2021? What next?

We will address some issues faced with support/in-room hardware, and its effect on active learning, as well as share some pedagogical strategies that worked for engaging students in active learning in online classes.

QuickTalk Moderators

  • Rebecca Frazee

    Faculty, Learning Design and Technology, San Diego State University
  • Dana C. Gierdowski

    Researcher, EDUCAUSE
  • Katie Hughes

    Lecturer, Rhetoric & Writing Studies & ITS Faculty Fellow, San Diego State University
  • Jarrod McFarlane

    Associate Director, Learning Spaces, Stony Brook University
  • Lisa Stephens

    Assistant Dean - UB School of Engineering, and Sr. Strategist - SUNY Academic Innovation, University at Buffalo-SUNY

Additional Resources

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