Emergency remote learning, teaching and leading : global perspectives /

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Imprint:Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2021.
Description:1 online resource
Subject:Web-based instruction.
Electronic books.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/12665680
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Other authors / contributors:Bissessar, Charmaine, 1966- editor.
Notes:Includes index.
Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed November 1, 2021).
Summary:This book exemplifies the challenges and successes of online learning, teaching and leading in times of crises. It helps shed light on the issues facing online and face-to-face practitioners having to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic and continue education within the confines of a specific interface. The volume includes new research and information, which can be built upon in the coming months and years depending on how long the pandemic persists. Therefore, it adds a geometric dimension to the current research on online teaching, learning and leading with emphasis on what can be done during a pandemic. The book is beneficial because it is timely and significant based on current happenings in the world. Its findings contribute to expansive research on online learning, teaching and leading but with a focus on emergency education. The information contained in the book is significant to different regions in the world such as the Caribbean, UK, USA, Greece, Mauritius inter alia. The book is of interest to teachers, students, parents, leaders and anyone who wants to adopt online education.
Other form:Original 3030765903 9783030765903
Standard no.:10.1007/978-3-030-76591-0
Table of Contents:
  • Part 1: Online Learning in Times of Crises
  • Chapter 1: Student's, Teacher's,and Leader's responses to the move from face-to-face to online learning: A case study
  • Chapter 2:Motivation of students for online learning: Challenges and Constraints
  • Chapter 3: Moving from face-to-face to online learnin: Instructors Perspectives in Emergency Education
  • Chapter 4: COVID-19 Implications for the Future of Higher Education Internships
  • Chapter 5: Navigating Isolation: Written feedback to online NNES (Non-Native English Speaking) research students in an emergency environment
  • Chapter 6: Teaching the arts through online education in times of crisis
  • Chapter 7: How prepared are we for online education? The case of Ukraine
  • Chapter 8:Isolation at Work: A Comparison between On Campus and Online Faculty during the Covid-19 Lockdown
  • Chapter 9: Emergence of synchronous technologies and the pivotal role they play in online education in the time of emergency
  • Part 3: Online Leadership in Times of Crises
  • Chapter 10:Higher Education Quality Assurance in pandemic times
  • Chapter 11: Maintaining Quality in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education during the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Conclusion.