Remote Learning: Findings from a Crisis Period

The start of the fall semester has unfortunately also seen disruption to education due to COVID-19, and a continuing need for educators to adapt to the rapid and increased integration of remote learning. As remote and hybrid classroom models become the norm, at least in the short term, many faculty and librarians still face uncertainty on how to efficiently and effectively support instruction.
 

In response, JoVE is proud to present ‘Remote Learning: Findings from a Crisis Period’, a series of three webinars aimed at making remote learning smoother for stakeholders. Join us as we hear from members of the academic community about how they have adapted to the demands of remote learning, and best practices that can help make your fall semester easier to manage.
 

Please note: All sessions will be recorded. If you can’t make the time of any live event, please be sure to register anyway and we will send you the recording to watch at your convenience.
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Sessions

Dawn R. Bazely
University Professor, Dept. of Biology
Faculty of Science, York University

Peter Ronai (MS, RCEP, CEP, EP-C, CSCS, FACSM)
Clinical Professor, Exercise Science Sacred Heart University

Nir Ohad (Ph.D.)
Director, Manna Center Program for Food Safety & Security
Tel Aviv University

Elizabeth Grace
Head, Collections & Systems
Institute for Innovative Education: Miner Libraries
University of Rochester Medical Center

We have three distinct sessions customized to meet your needs, whether you’re a librarian or a faculty member. Click the links below to read more about each session and register.

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Librarian Session:
'The Resurgence of Libraries'

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Faculty Session:
'Reimagining a Field Course for Virtual Delivery'
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Faculty Panel Discussion:
'The Hybrid Classroom of the Future'
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