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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, educators had to shift their courses from face-to-face delivery to remote delivery, and with little notice for both students and instructors. In this video, we share the results of our investigation into students’ learning experiences as courses were shifted from face-to-face delivery to emergency remote delivery due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our results highlight the importance of: 1) implementing active learning strategies to promote student engagement when courses are delivered remotely; 2) delivering course content in a clear and organized way; 3) providing students with multiple forms of learning resources. Our results also highlight that students are dealing with varying personal circumstances, so now especially is a great time to be flexible in supporting students’ learning.
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