|While most of us have had experiences in online teaching (e.g., via Zoom) during the pandemic, the need and variety in online teaching is likely to grow in the post-pandemic era. Online courses can be scalable, low cost, inclusive, and more innovative than ever before. Many schools are in the process of migrating some of their mainstream courses to online delivery permanently. This workshop aims at coaching instructors who are trying to use synchronous, asynchronous, or a hybrid mode to set up and deliver courses online to 50 or more students.
Nitin Joglekar (Boston University) email@example.com