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Date: 14 April 2021

Abstract: Online teaching at higher educational institutions has become a much higher priority in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, but most faculty and staff at these institutions are ill-prepared to adapt their teaching methods and content to this new medium. In this article, we describe our

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Date: 8 April 2021

Our third session explores the implications for the education ecosystem, including the role of educational systems and their partnerships with industry.
 

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Date: 7 April 2021

In this session, we will examine the consequences of this understanding for all aspects of our societies and daily life, from commerce and transportation, to how we work and spend our leisure time.
 

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Date: 5 April 2021

A path out of the COVID pandemic is in sight, with vaccines promising the hope of a return to safe in-person learning and work in the coming year for many around the world. Experts will share the science of COVID—from what we know of transmission and mutation, to the effectiveness of vaccines

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Date: 3 March 2021
Like so many institutions around the world, MIT made the abrupt transition to online teaching in the midst of the pandemic, thrusting all 1,251 of its spring 2020 courses online in late March of 2020. In this webinar, you'll learn from MIT Professor Shigeru Miyagawa what we learned from this
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Date: 29 September 2020
Widespread school closures are unprecedented, but the use of education technology and online learning to reach across distances, teach refugee and disaster-impacted communities, and expand the possibilities of schooling is quite common. In Failure to Disrupt
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Date: 17 July 2020

In this talk, Craig Zilles, Associate Professor and Education Innovation Fellow at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, discusses an effective, secure, and efficient alternative to traditional pencil-and-paper exams that scales to even the largest courses. The College of Engineering

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Date: 30 June 2020

In this webinar, David Joyner, Executive Director of Online Education at Georgia Tech, takes novice remote instructors on a crash course to get ready to teach online for the first time.

The presentation recommends that instructors who need to make a rapid transition should follow three

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Date: 18 June 2020
Teaching working adults is different from teaching typical students. As companies and schools around the world have moved to remote instruction, many are grappling with questions of how to do it in the most effective way. Fortunately, some universities already have solid experience and lessons that
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Date: 18 June 2020
COVID-19 is representing a challenge for traditional universities to be able to continue their teaching and learning activities remotely. In this webinar, Pedro M. Ruiz, Vice-chancellor at the University of Murcia, describes the initiatives his university developed and lessons learned within the
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Date: 4 June 2020
Over the past two months, schools in the United States and around the world have conducted an emergency pivot to remote learning. Fragmentary sources of data are beginning to reveal what these practices really look like: state policies (see https://edarxiv.org/
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Date: 26 May 2020

This document was created as a resource for those working on developing, implementing, and engaging in remote teaching and learning. One goal of this work is to provide a starting point for transitioning away from emergency online instruction in response to COVID-19 toward increasingly effective

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Date: 22 April 2020
Dean for Digital Learning Krishna Rajagopal discusses MIT's response to COVID-19, especially its efforts to prepare and support thousands of professors and students as they switched to teaching and learning remotely. Rajagopal also discusses several resources that other educational institutions and
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Date: 17 April 2020

Justin Reich, MIT professor and director of the Teaching Systems Lab hosts a public webinar on the release of a new TSL paper that outlines every U.S. state guidelines on distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. He is joined by Martin West, Editor-in-Chief of Education Next, and a member

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Date: 2 April 2020

Justin Reich is an educational researcher interested in the future of learning in a networked world. He is an Assistant Professor in the Comparative Media Studies/Writing department at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a faculty associate of the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and

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Date: 2 April 2020

This document provides an analysis of the state education agency policy guidance concerning remote learning published by all 50 U.S. states by the end of March 2020. It identifies several areas of consensus, including cancellation of testing, recommendations to continue some form of remote