The emergency pivot to online learning has impacted many campuses and created uncertainty for institutions across the country. To salvage the semester, 97% of institutions called upon faculty with no prior online teaching experience for some of their courses. Adapting curriculum on the fly, faculty were forced to adjust student expectations and explore new instructional methods to replicate in-person classes.
To learn more about this initial response to the COVID-19 pandemic, five leading online learning groups, with support from Cengage, engaged Bay View Analytics to survey higher education leaders across the country.
Check out our infographic to discover how this unprecedented move to remote learning has gone, explore the pain points faculty and administrators have experienced to date and find out what types of support they believe will be needed in the coming months.