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ROAD MAP TO REMOTE INSTRUCTION DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC.

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    • Abstract:
      The rapid shift from in-person to remote instruction due to the COVID-19 pandemic forced institutions of higher education to rapidly pivot to provide high-quality, remote education to their students. In this paper, we will outline the decisions and resources the university and the school developed for the move to remote instruction. This outline includes a review of the successes and challenges of making this transition to remote education at a large, private, nonprofit, research-intensive university, and specifically at an accredited school of public health. Faculty used many innovative strategies in remote learning. A sample of the public health examples will be shared, and we will provide context about how the established partnership between instructional design staff and faculty formed the bedrock of this innovation. We will also review how our experience of rapidly transitioning to remote instruction has shaped our school and university, including shifts in priorities for noninstructional remote needs, such as student services and technological support. Finally, we will reflect on how the shift to remote instruction during the pandemic could influence the environment for remote and online teaching and how universities might prepare for future disruptions. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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