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March 28, 2021

Cautious Optimism About Teaching STEM Online

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Lindsay McKenzie, Inside Higher Ed

The shift to remote learning forced STEM instructors to increasingly accept online education. But concerns about how to give students meaningful lab experiences remain.  The findings of a new survey, STEM Education in the Time of COVID, suggest that hesitancy to embrace online education may be changing. Bay View Analytics, a statistical research firm, published the report with the Online Learning Consortium, a membership organization that promotes the use and quality of digital education. The report was supported by Every Learner Everywhere, a network of organizations that promotes online education with a focus on equity, as well as three companies involved in distance education in STEM: Digital Ed, Carolina Distance Learning and HHMI BioInteractive.

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