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- Doug Lederman, “We’re All in This Together” (6-17-20)
- Derek Bruff, “Active Learning in Hybrid and Socially Distanced Classrooms” (6-11-20)
- Sarah Rose Cavanagh, “How I’m Spending My Pandemic Summer Vacation” (6-9-20)
- Flower Darby, “Small Teaching Online” (6-26-19)
- James Lang, “On Not Drawing Conclusions About Online Teaching Now—Or Next Fall” (5-18-20)
- Doug Lederman, “The Hyflex Option for Instruction This Fall” (5-13-20)
- Michelle Miller, “5 Takeaways from My COVID-19 Remote Teaching” (5-6-20)
- Lee Skallerup Bessette, et al., “5 Myths about Remote Teaching in the COVID-19 Crisis” (5-1-20)
- Tom Haymes, “Scholus Interruptus: Making Systems of Learning Antifragile” (4-29-30)
- Stephanie Moore and Phil Hill, “Planning for Resilience, Not Resistance” (4-28-20)
- Laura Killam, “Exam Design: Promoting Integrity Through Trust and Flexibility” (4-7-20)
- Daniel Stanford, “Videoconferencing Alternatives: How Low-Bandwidth Teaching Will Save us All” (3-16-20)
- Howard Rheingold, “Some tips for teaching (mostly) higher ed online” (3-9-20)
- Maha Bali and Bard Meier, “An Affinity for Asynchronous Learning” (3-4-14)