Lecturer in English Margaret Chapman discussed the difficulties students and faculty faced as institutions nationwide shifted to online learning as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Chronicle of Higher Education has featured Lecturer in English Margaret Chapman in a recent article about how students and faculty across the nation handled the transition to online learning in the midst of a global pandemic.
The article, “A Side Effect of the Covid-19 Pandemic? Reading Got a Lot Harder,” discusses the difficulties students faced in continuing to focus on written materials in their online courses. The Chronicle highlighted Chapman’s decision to assign shorter reading assignments and turn to media such as podcasts and videos to help students continue to learn effectively while physically away from campus.
To learn more about how Chapman and faculty across the nation transitioned to online teaching, read the entire Chronicle of Higher Education article here.