La DAD: un tema tabù
The pandemic has forced traditional universities to organise themselves in a big hurry for distance learning. This has happened with much goodwill, but also with delays and approximations, due in part to the lack of preparation of many lecturers, and in part to the major differences in the availability of the Internet and efficient computers in Italian households. The experience of the last two years (with the risk that emergencies could be repeated) challenges the separation between traditional universities and universities working online. How can the former enrich their educational offerings without encroaching on the field of the latter? Is it possible to imagine so-called ‘blended’ teaching (which many lecturers have reluctantly accepted) becoming a permanent form of education, especially for the benefit of off-site students, workers, people with health problems?
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