Four academic heroines of the COVID-19 pandemic recount their experiences



État de publication: Publiée (2020 )

Type de présentation: Conférence

Nom de la rencontre: Journées du numérique en enseignement supérieur - TÉLUQ


Résumé: Instructional designers and educational advisors in institutes of higher education usually work with a small number of professors who choose to innovate and seek help from experts. In the midst of a pandemic, these experts became the "first responders" tasked with supporting the pedagogical and digital conversion of all courses. They became the "academic heroines and heroes of COVID-19." The four participants in this roundtable – Judith Cantin of École Polytechnique de Montréal, Céline Leblanc from Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières and Marie-Julie Babin and Émilie Casista from Université Laval – discuss their team’s central role in helping faculty deliver equitable, high-quality education to students. They will share strategies for overcoming challenges that arose from or were heightened by the174 pandemic, as well as their successes and their recommendations for better preparations, looking ahead to the Winter 2020 session.

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