When Higher Education comes out of lock-down: thoughts on blended learning (examples from EU law teaching)

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Abstract

Universities all over the world have paused their life teaching and academic discourse, closed their libraries, and limited access to their buildings severely. Yet, while the first European states relax their lock-down measures, there is hope that lecture halls, libraries and research seminars may be able to open again, possibly as early as autumn. This blog offers ideas on on blended learning, building on a concrete example from EU law teaching.
Original languageEnglish
TypeBlog on how universities can return to teaching in September
Media of outputWordPress
Publication statusPublished - 28 Apr 2020

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