Teaching and learning online – myths, legends and opportunities
The pandemic has given us an opportunity to rethink our practices and redefine teaching and learning. We need to focus on designing our courses for greater flexibility and collaboration rather than going “back to normal”. We also need to suspicious of new miracle solutions and false trails.
Alastair Creelman is an e-learning specialist in the section for Higher Education Development at Linnaeus University. He blogs regularly on developments in educational technology in a reflective blog in English, Corridor of uncertainty and a news blog in Swedish, Flexspan. On Twitter (@alacre) he posts links to articles, news and events in the field.