FACT2 Online Symposium: Responding in Real-Time at SUNY to a Global Crisis


9:30am  — 4:00pm


Confronted with a worldwide pandemic mid-way through the academic year, the SUNY Community responded by quickly pivoting to remote learning. This special event critically examines the many challenges and decisions that comprised the response and then looks ahead to how we move forward learning from the process and how this experience has changed higher-education. Students, faculty, and administration will all participate in this one-day event which will culminate with breakout sessions that include all of the attendees.

Please join us on May 28 at 9:30am. To register and view the detailed agenda for this free event, visit the FACT2 Online Symposium website.

Experience stories of success and failure and explore how we can learn from both:

  • How did the transition to remote learning work?
  • The impact of policy and process in managing the crisis
  • What faculty and instructional support teams have learned about remote learning from those who adapted their courses
  • Social impact: How remote learning had an impact on the student and faculty campus experience

Explore how necessity has fostered innovations in teaching and learning. Contribute to the conversation as we look ahead to Fall and beyond.

This symposium will be delivered online, in real-time. Please register in order to receive access information to this free online event. The access information will be sent to you approximately one week prior to the event.


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