Global panel discusses inclusive online teaching


Dr. Rudy Molina, Vice Provost for Student Academic Success and Enrollment Management at James Madison University, presented at a virtual panel titled, “Inclusive Approaches to Online Teaching – Sharing Best Practices.” Organized by the International Network of Universities (INU) - a global consortium of which JMU is a member - the panel addressed the principles faculty should take into consideration to ensure that online delivery is inclusive: not only in terms of the technology used, but also from additional diversity and inclusion perspectives.

Panel_Photo_for_website_embed.jpgThe panel addressed the need to ensure that students from different backgrounds still feel they are part of a community of learning and that their sense of belonging is still a priority. With online learning, institutions need to reach students who tend to already be marginalized in a face-to-face environment.

The panel brought together expertise from within the INU. In addition to Dr. Molina, faculty from European University Viadrina (Germany), Kingston University London (UK), and Universitas Katolik Parahyangan (Indonesia) presented on the panel.

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Published: Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Last Updated: Friday, September 3, 2021

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