The impact of COVID-19 on university teaching and learning: Evidence for the central importance of student and staff well-being

J.D. Lomas, uwe matzat, Tim Stevens, Linlin Pei, Chris Rousenhorst, Perry den Brok, Renate Klaassen

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Abstract

The Covid-19 pandemic prompted a rapid shift to online education. The 4TU.Centre for Engineering Education (4TU.CEE), initiated thewriting of a white paper. The authors present a research synthesis conducted across the four Universities of Technology in the Netherlands (hereafter the 4TUs). They also reflect on what the Covid-19 pandemic has brought to our education system. Based on the synthesis results, they provide policymakers with implications relevant to the (immediate) responseto continued pandemic-related restrictions. At the same time, they signal that digital education offers new opportunities for both scaling up and quality improvement to actively shape a preferred future for teaching.
Original languageEnglish
Publisher4TU. Centre for Engineering Education
Number of pages49
Publication statusPublished - 2021

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