Those of us who advocated for and were involved in what was a relatively niche world of online education in HE pre-COVID-19 also have to acknowledge that the quality of a proportion of it....1/
wasn’t far off the simple uploading of lecture videos to an LMS, teaching via Zoom et al and sharing of documents digitally...2/
Essentially the kinds of approaches that now many are quite rightly warning against as not bearing the hallmarks of quality online learning...3/
Let’s hope that one long-term positive of the situation is that it leads to the hallmarks of quality learning and teaching (whether in-person or online) being taken more seriously by...4/
more universities and more people involved in learning and teaching, and that educational research that has stood the test of time is more widely read, understood and used in learning design. /5
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