Q3. What issues will the online pivot cause students accustomed to studying on campus? (and what can we do to alleviate these?)

Supporting colleagues in contingency planning for Coronavirus: Covid19: A Special Edition #LTHEchat (Chat 170)

What issues will the online pivot cause students accustomed to studying on campus? (and what can we do to alleviate these?)

We are delighted to welcome Professor Martin Weller to this evenings #LTHEchat who has kindly posed this question for us. For further information please visit Martin’s blog posts for further information:


and blog.edtechie.net/higher-ed/the-

To add your thoughts and comments directly into the Q3. conversation please click here use this link: https://tinyurl.com/u8pqqud

This question is Q3. in a very special week long #LTHEchat. You can continue to add to Martin’s document for the remainder of this week. There will be one question each evening posted at 8pm. The week will end with on Wednesday 18th March with an hours chat 8-9 pm (GMT) hosted by both #LTHEchat and #AdvanceHE_chat.

Full details of this weeks arrangements can be found here: https://lthechat.com/

About Dawne. @belld17

Dawne Irving-Bell, PhD, is a Senior Lecturer in Teaching and Learning development within the Centre for Learning and Teaching at Edge Hill University. She has extensive experience of working in secondary, further and Higher Education settings and is a member of The Centre for Higher Education Research and Evaluation at Lancaster University. Dawne’s research interests include the formation of learner identity and pedagogical approaches to learning and teaching with a particular focus on STEM subject disciplines. She also enjoys lecturing on visual thinking and advocates for technology and design education. Dawne is a member of The Staff and Educational Development Association’s (SEDA) Conference and Events Committee, and was recently invited to join the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning’s (ISSOTL) Narrative Inquiry Collaborative Writing Group. Dawne is the Network Lead for the AdvanceHE Connect Social Media for Learning Group, and is currently co-chair for The Social Media for Learning in Higher Education Conference. Dawne is a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (PFHEA) and leads on the University’s Graduate Teaching Assistant Teaching in Higher Education Programme, and the Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching in Higher Education Developing Practice through Pedagogic Research Module. In her current position Dawne chairs institutional enquiries and leads on university-wide strategies to enhance the student learning experience, including Personal Tutoring and Induction and Transitions.
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