ASU lecturer featured for her remote resiliency

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As teaching has moved even more aggressively into the digital age amidst the current COVID-19 pandemic, the need to keep students engaged and connected is critical. Especially since traditional on-campus students move to an online learning environment, in some cases for the very first time.

ASU’s University Technology Office (UTO) has recently published a series of Remote Resilience stories to showcase the remarkable adaptability of ASU faculty and staff as they adjust quickly to serve the needs of our students. 

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Bev Carlsen-Landy

In a recent story by UTO we learn first-hand how Sanford School Lecturer Bev Carlsen-Landy is supporting her students by helping them feel emotionally connected, and promoting kindness and flexibility.

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