A PANDEMIC CASE JOURNAL OF ONE HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION.

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From: Quarterly Review of Distance Education(Vol. 21, Issue 3)
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Inc.
Document Type: Article
Length: 1,710 words
Lexile Measure: 1420L

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To offer order during a rapidly growing pandemic, in mid-March 2020, various academic leaders at a midsized, private institution communicated directives to the university community. Faculty largely adapted quickly to the inundation of email and confusion by finding their students, learning technologies on-the-fly, and triaging their curricular plans. By fall, the plan changed again, this time requiring HyBrid and HyFlex with limited face-to-face delivery while simultaneously live streaming to the rest of the class over Zoom. Teaching at an epicenter of the crisis where the university resides, faculty's emotions were high in a time mental health suffered tremendously. This journal of events was written by an interdisciplinary team of faculty.

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Gale Document Number: GALE|A656702654