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What Will Remain?
As colleges and universities return to in-classroom teaching, what practices that emerged during the pandemic will carry over? Shigeru Miyagawa and Meghan Perdue offer some answers.
 
Rejecting Remote Proctoring
University of Michigan Dearborn made a universitywide decision to reject remote proctoring and invest in faculty development instead.
Moving Into the Long Term
With some colleges and universities planning to continue online learning into the spring, students are now looking at over a year of learning from home. How will their well-being and academics be affected?
Hope Still Matters
A year to the day after writing about hope, Mays Imad reflects upon how faculty can experience and impart hope to students even now -- when many are, in fact, feeling hope-depleted themselves.
Awareness of Open Educational Resources Grows, but Adoption Doesn't
As COVID-19 forced professors to embrace digital texts, they were likelier to know about -- but not to use -- free, openly licensed materials. Progress was greatest at colleges that promoted OER, especially minority-serving ones.
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