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First data on the shift to emergency online learning

By 23rd April 2020May 28th, 2020No Comments1 min read

This is a report of a survey conducted by a team of researchers and U.S. organisations, and with some participation from Canadian organizations, including the CDLRA and George Veletsianos of Royal Roads University. The study is led by my CDLRA colleague, Jeff Seaman, of Bay View Analytics (formerly the Babson Survey Research Group).

The study surveyed 826 faculty members and administrators at 641 American colleges and universities this month, and included 26 professors at Canadian universities/colleges.

Read more at https://www.tonybates.ca/2020/04/22/first-data-on-the-shift-to-emergency-online-learning/

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