University Programmes during COVID-19 Pandemic

Rennie, Allan and Gamage, K.A.A. and Lambert, Chris (2020) University Programmes during COVID-19 Pandemic. In: Scholarly Community Encyclopdeia. MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland.

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Abstract

Within the physical sciences and other STEM-based disciplines, the need for physical, laboratory-based practical activities is essential to complement the more theoretical content associated with learning a subject. This entry reviews the transition from traditional to online/e-delivery that could be realised by educational providers when seeking to limit the spread of infection associated with viral pandemics (such as Covid-19), whilst remaining cognisant of the ability to retain a quality student learning experience and continue to achieve programme learning outcomes.

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15 Dec 2020 13:17
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01 Dec 2021 15:43