JITC - Volume 4, Issue 1

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Lessons Learned from Emergency Remote Teaching (ERT) During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Kimberly Case, PhD, Adjunct Professor, Saint Peters University, Jersey City, NJ; Nicole Luongo, Ed.D., Professor, Director of Distance Learning, Saint Peters University, Jersey City, NJ
This article reveals lessons learned from emergency remote teaching (ERT) during the COVID-19 pandemic. The authors examine faculty’s perspectives and insights during and after this time period that demonstrate the importance of using various forms of technology and methods of course design. The lessons learned during this study focus on: (1) design, (2) engagement, (3) accessibility, (4) flexibility, and (5) sanity. Additionally, the article explains how these takeaways can guide faculty during future emergency course preparation.