Wednesday, March 15
2:25-2:45 PM
Astor Ballroom 2

Emergency Remote Learning in Higher Education: Capturing Faculty’s Members Voice and Reflections

Brief Paper (F2F) ID: 62087
  1. aaa
    Nikleia Eteokleous
    Frederick University
  2. Maria Meletiou-Mavrotheris
    European University Cyprus
  3. Agni Stylianou-Georgiou
    University of Nicosia

Abstract: This study provides a zoom-out perspective of higher education faculty members’ experiences related to the emergency remote learning (ERL) following the first lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The national, in-depth survey was administered to all higher education institutions in Cyprus collecting and analyzing quantitative and qualitative data collected from 110 faculty members. The main themes discussed are the challenges of transition to ERL and reflections on the ERL experience. The study exemplifies the necessity to further examine and define the appropriate steps for future in order to ensure equal opportunities, quality education among learners and enhanced accessibility and usability for all learners through education strategies and the appropriate design of learning environments.

Presider: Elizabeth Langran, Marymount University


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