april, 2020

28apr3:15 pm4:00 pmSupporting Student Learning and Well-Being During Times of Disruption and Change (OLC Ideate)3:15 pm - 4:00 pm

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As the disruptive nature of COVID-19 impacted college campuses around the world this spring, much of the focus on campuses shifted helping faculty begin to teach remotely in a very short period of time. During this time, the student experience could not be ignored, as students faced rapidly changing and uncertain conditions. On Tuesday, April 28 from 3:15 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. (EST), hear how our Behavioral Science team uses an “empathy first” approach when thinking about developing resources to support students during COVID-19. 

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The Center for Academic Innovation at the University of Michigan will discuss resources they developed to support students during these challenging times, including the “Adjusting your study habits during COVID” guide for students and the “Supporting student well-being during COVID-19” guide. We’ll brainstorm what additional resources and support institutions can continue to develop as we support students in the semesters ahead.

Academic Innovation staff who will be leading this session include:

  • Sarah Dysart, Director, Online & Hybrid Programs
  • Holly Derry, Associate Director, Behavioral Science
  • Molly Maher, Behavioral Scientist
  • Evan Straub, Online Faculty Development Program Manager

Time

(Tuesday) 3:15 pm - 4:00 pm

Location

Virtual Event

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