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Teaching and learning

Online learning good practice
Icon for teaching and learning One of the most common areas of complaint with online teaching and learning during the pandemic was insufficient engagement with teaching and tutoring staff, and an expectation of greater interaction with individual students. Many students missed the informal interaction before or after lectures and tutorials that occurred when studying face-to-face.

Preparation and management

Teaching approaches

Providing effective online feedback

Hybrid learning

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