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The COVID-19 novel coronavirus has caused significant disruption to university and college campuses across the US. Some institutions are temporarily suspending classes for a few weeks; some institutions are considering this spring semester a loss, sending students home for the remainder of the semester; but the overwhelming majority of institutions are implementation some type of distance education as a stop-gap method to continue teaching and learning.
Join our panel from across the US to hear how central administration and university support staff are dealing with this crisis. Four experts from different institutions will provide a peer into how their university is supporting faculty and students, particularly with the move to emergency remote teaching and learning.
Our panel includes the following:
Assistant Vice Provost, Distance Education and Extended Learning
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
Associate Vice Chancellor and Director
William E. Kirwan Center for Academic Innovation
University System of Maryland
Director, Academic Technology and User Services
Western Washington University
Instructional Designer, World Campus Learning Design
Penn State University