Higher Education Implications for Teaching and Learning During Covid-19 (Hardcover)

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Higher Education Implications for Teaching and Learning During Covid-19 By Michael G. Strawser (Editor), Laura Alberti (Contribution by), Ben Alfonsin (Contribution by) Cover Image
By Michael G. Strawser (Editor), Laura Alberti (Contribution by), Ben Alfonsin (Contribution by)
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Higher Education Implications for Teaching and Learning during COVID-19 provides different perspectives regarding the impact of COVID-19 on college teaching and learning and on students, both collectively and individually. Contributors argue that the pandemic forced a higher education reckoning as institutions around the world were forced to shut their physical doors and open up their online platforms in a wider capacity. While these concerns are linked to a certain point in time, there is much we can learn from collective institutional responses to the pandemic-induced pivots to virtual teaching and learning. Scholars of higher education, organizational communication, and crisis communication will find this book particularly useful.

About the Author


Michael G. Strawser is assistant professor of communication at the University of Central Florida.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781793649782
ISBN-10: 1793649782
Publisher: Lexington Books
Publication Date: March 14th, 2022
Pages: 228
Language: English