The pandemic hit higher ed
The pandemic hit higher education hard, but we can get something out of it
For those of us employed in higher education in the United States -- or any level of education in most of the world -- the foremost impact of the Covid-19 pandemic of the last 15 months has been the almost sudden shift from bricks-and-mortar operations to processes that are at least partially virtual. No process, be it administrative, infrastructural, technological, financial, or pedagogical, has been left untouched by this phenomenon, even as the world slowly eases back into some sort of normalcy. There is a great potential for exploiting such a shift for the common good.
ucation hard, but we can get something out of it