10 simple rules for supporting a temporary online pivot in higher education

10 simple rules for supporting a temporary online pivot in higher education

11th May 2020

10 simple rules for supporting a temporary online pivot in higher education, Emily Nordmann and Louise Robson.

As continued COVID-19 disruption looks likely across the world, contingency plans are being drawn-up for the 2020-2021 academic year. This includes delivering face-to-face programmes fully-online for both new and continuing cohorts of students. This temporary pivot will necessitate distance teaching and learning across almost every conceivable pedagogy, from fundamental degrees to professionally accredited ones. In this seminar we will discuss our new preprint “10 simple rules for supporting a temporary online pivot in higher education” and how, despite much of what is to come being far from simple, there are a number of underlying principles that can be used to support the planning process. We will also present interdisciplinary examples for online pivot plans that are built around the 10 rules. Finally, we will end with a discussion of the concerns and challenges that face you as educators.

Webinar Resources

The full paper for this talk can be downloaded here psyarxiv.com/qdh25

More about our presenters

Emily Nordmann

Dr Emily Nordmann is a lecturer in Psychology at the University of Glasgow.

Louise Robson

Dr Louise Robson is Senior University Teacher and Director of Learning and Teaching at the University of Sheffield.

The Enhancing Digital Teaching & Learning Project is based at the
Irish Universities Association
48 Merrion Square
Dublin, D02 PK02

Ireland +353 (1) 676 4948 info@iua.ie

%d bloggers like this: