Published September 09, 2020 by Bowdoin News

The Chronicle: "Some Colleges Planned Early for an Online Fall. Here’s What They Learned."

In late June Bowdoin faculty learned that all classes other than First-Year Writing Seminars would be completely online. 
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The work to prepare for this pandemic-related scenario had started ten weeks earlier with the work of the Continuity in Teaching and Learning Group. On June 7, the CTL Group released a report with recommendations and best practices for online teaching derived from surveys, research, and many discussions with faculty and students. Following the report, faculty took part in a wide variety of learning opportunities, including course development experiences offered through the Baldwin Center for Teaching and Learning, part of a three-college program with Colby, Bates, and Bowdoin.
 
Find out what Bowdoin faculty and faculty from other colleges learned as a result of their institutions making an early decision about teaching plans for the fall in The Chronicle of Higher Education's article "Some Colleges Planned Early for an Online Fall. Here’s What They Learned."