Education in a Time of Disruption


Lessons Learned from Emergency Remote Teaching for Art and Design Schools and Departments

As we all learned in spring of 2020, the world can change without warning. In a matter of a few weeks, 90% of higher education institutions were forced to transition from traditional classroom learning to virtual learning as the COVID-19 outbreak grew. These changes were particularly challenging for higher education art and design students and faculty. Where before students were completing their work in well-equipped, on-campus labs and studios, those resources were suddenly unavailable.

Online learning was the obvious solution for finishing up the school year in accordance with CDC guidelines. But in the future, online learning may enable students to move forward with their design work no matter what’s going on in the world.


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