With just a few weeks left until the new school year, two out of five respondents report little to no clarity around what the learning experience will look like
One out of three respondents are concerned about the overall level of effort their schools are taking to ensure health and safety of both students and instructors
Less than one in five instructors are receiving institutional support with technology for all their classes
Nearly nine out of 10 respondents recognize the importance of creating a sense of community inside and outside in-person and virtual classrooms, but the majority have not been trained on how to do this well
Half of respondents lack confidence in students’ ability to be successful and see value in their educational investment in the Fall
TORONTO — With the Fall academic term just weeks away, many educators are dissatisfied with the plans, level of clarity, and support they’ve received from their schools to teach online effectively, according to a new survey of more than 800 higher education faculty and instructional support staff. The survey was conducted by Top Hat, the leading active learning platform for higher education, and the results were summarized and presented in an infographic.