What we learnt from “going online” during university shutdowns in South Africa

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  1. […] What we learnt from “going online” during university shutdowns in South Africa […]

  2. […] This is not the first time universities have had to close becauses of crisis, it is just the global scope of this that is making it so different. In a Virtually Connecting session, Laura Czerniewicz mentioned that this had happened in South Africa when they had a university shutdown – that they had. Laura provides some great lessons in this article. Laura provides her reflections on the relationship between her previous experience and what is happening now with Covid-19. […]

  3. […] the network purpose and consider the tradeoffs carefully. Laura Czerniewicz has a good guest post on PhilonEdTech (POET) about her experience thinking through such tradeoffs from an academic perspective (among other […]

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