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Universities will try to put art of teaching first in 'hybrid' system

Katherine Donnelly


 

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The shape of higher education timetables for the autumn is starting to emerge, giving students an idea of what a hybrid approach to teaching and learning will mean, as public health concerns impose restrictions on face-to-face classes.

After months of lockdown forced by the pandemic, there will be relief that campuses are reopening, but challenges too as everyone tries to adapt to the new way of doing things.

The 2019/20 year ended with an unexpected turn in the road in March and a steep and bumpy learning curve ahead for all.