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Teaching from a Distance in a COVID World: Best Practices for Online Scholars

Date recorded: 18 May 2021 | Speaker: Daryl McCarthy | Event: ELF Academic Leaders Network


One of the great challenges in a COVID world is how to effectively teach and connect with students from a distance. This panel of experienced professors share best practices they have found for teaching online and ways to connect with students relationally. They discuss tools and apps, as well as ways to adapt curriculum, syllabi, and lesson plans.

Daryl McCarthy (Moderator), Vice President of Academic Programs and Strategy, Forum of Christian Leaders

Harald Jung, president of the Heidelberg Institute for International Studies and Leadership and professor and dean at Liebenzell International University (IHL) 

Jan Habl, professor of pedagogy at University of Hradec Králové (Czech Republic) and pastor in Církev bratrská (Free Evangelical Church)

Sebastian Vaduva, director of the Griffiths School of Management and IT within Emanuel University of Oradea

Alin Vrancila, chief academic officer at Multnomah University and the co-founder of Ready for Online (