The pandemic has brought sweeping changes to the world of higher ed. Faculty continue to improvise and learn on the fly, as they instruct online. Many students who finished out the spring semester remotely began the fall unprepared for the rigors of college. As professors and students confront a semester filled with challenges, what lies ahead?
As part of an ongoing series examining the issues colleges will face after the pandemic, The Chronicle has invited a panel of experts for an in-depth discussion with Ian Wilhelm, a Chronicle assistant managing editor.
Questions will include:
- How can colleges provide support to students and faculty to prepare for ongoing uncertainty in the learning environment?
- What issues are arising because of remote learning, technology challenges, and learner isolation?
- How can academic leaders create the right policies and strategic plans for what teaching and learning will look like after the pandemic ends?