Students often use generative AI tools for engaged learning. They have a critical and nuanced understanding of these tools.
Institutions mustn’t waste the lessons learned during the height of the pandemic about the powerful role that multimedia can play in learning and teaching.
The switch to online delivery further disadvantaged students from migrant and refugee backgrounds. But a new study also finds many students and staff developed closer and more caring relationships.
Comparing students’ comments on their teachers in in-person classes in 2019 and online classes in 2020, the one difference that stands out is the increase in bias against female lecturers.
While COVID forced a shift online, that doesn’t mean universities should roll back all the changes. A hybrid model of teaching and learning is now the best way to prepare students for a digital world.
Students from equity groups gained the most from the block model, but the arrival of the COVID-affected generation will require all universities to pay more attention to teaching and student support.
You’d think class sizes would be an important consideration for students when choosing a university, but universities don’t make that information public. They should.
Precarious academic work, stable funding, purposeful course design and greater attention to equity are issues that students and faculty want to see addressed.