The sudden transition to remote teaching in the past few months due to the COVID-19 crisis pushed educators to piece together solutions to deliver their courses online. In many cases, the result was a disjointed experience that required professors to navigate various technology tools and platforms to bring their courses to life in a new learning environment. Although no small feat, many students developed a poor impression of the educational value they received and more than a quarter are now re-evaluating their intentions to return to school in the Fall semester.
We recently polled 3,089 higher education students in North America to more clearly understand how they have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent campus closures. The aim was to learn how they have been affected and how they are feeling about the remote learning experience they received in the past several months. We’ve summarized the findings in our latest infographic.
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