Planning for effective remote teaching during Covid-19 : The EDTL Approach for Programmes

Planning for effective remote teaching during Covid-19 : The EDTL Approach for Programmes

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EDTL project, Irish Universities Association

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Teaching & Learning

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Digital Learning, T&L Practice

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CC BY

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The EDTL Approach has been developed to support effective remote teaching in the context of COVID-19 and outlines a pathway with key considerations for those who are adapting a programme that is normally taught, wholly or partly, face-to-face.

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he EDTL Approach has been developed to support effective remote teaching in the context of COVID-19 and outlines a pathway with key considerations for those who are adapting a programme that is normally taught, wholly or partly, face-to-face.
More information: https://edtl.blog

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