Like many departments around the country, mine is discussing which policies (if any) we should adopt concerning online teaching moving forward. Since there is a dearth of evidence on teaching philosophy online, I thought it made sense to collect some preliminary data about the experiences of as many philosophers as possible. The survey just takes a few minutes, so I hope people are willing to take it.
Thomas Nadelhoffer (College of Charleston) is taking some steps to find out, and has created a brief survey to collect some relevant information. He writes:
[another scintillating Zoom session]
I will make the findings publicly available once I am done collecting them. Perhaps others will find the survey results useful for the purposes of discussions at their home institution.
The COVID-19 pandemic has given us a lot of experience with online teaching. What lessons are to be learned from it for online teaching in the future?