When Covid-19 forced higher education to close in-person classes and move online, it felt like an earthquake, like something fundamental was changing. The pressure had been building for two decades, but 2020 was the year the fault line gave, and now here we are in the aftermath. Nearly every student, whether they wanted it or not, were forced into online learning environments. And the institutions were faced with an imminent crisis: adapt or perish. For many of the institutions that chose to adapt, we’ve been right there with them every step of the way. From Salem University, University of Phoenix, National University, and others, here are the top 10 lessons learned - lessons earned the hard way - for other institutions considering this move. We ask the question of what does it actually take to prepare for a sustainable post-Covid 19 reality in higher education. The answers may surprise you.
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