Transnational reflections on online teaching and learning

Patrick Bijsmans, S. Lightfoot

Research output: Non-textual / digital / web - outputsWeb publication/siteProfessional

Abstract

It’s been over 15 months since we’ve had to suddenly move our courses online. A time during which we have learned many new things about synchronous versus asynchronous learning, about the technicalities of Microsoft Teams and Zoom, but also about the difficulties of maintaining a learning community of students and staff in an online setting. A few months back the two of us were having an online chat about our online teaching and learning experience. We thought that it would be nice to organise a transnational exchange between the University of Leeds’ Faculty of Social Sciences and Maastricht University’s Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. On 28 May 2021 over 20 colleagues from both faculties, plus a student from each, joint us to reflect on over a year of online teaching and learning. This is what we discussed.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherFASoS Teaching & Learning Blog
Media of outputBlog
Publication statusPublished - 24 Jun 2021

Keywords

  • Online teaching and learning
  • Transnational exchange

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