Reflections on remote teaching

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Reflections on remote teaching. / Jones, Dan; Meyer, John; Huang, Jingyu.

In: MSOR Connections, Vol. 19, No. 1, 19.01.2021, p. 47-54.

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abstract = "The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to reconsider the way we teach our students. The inability of UK-based lecturers to deliver via traditional lecture-based courses in China (due to ongoing travel restrictions) has been an obstacle to overcome but also an opportunity to investigate innovative remote-teaching methods. Here we review a case study based on teaching three different year groups at the Jinan University - University of Birmingham Joint Institute during the early part of 2020. We reflect on how technology was used, draw conclusions and discuss potential opportunities for the future of remote-teaching.",
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