COVID‐19 and online teaching in higher education: A case study of Peking University

  title={COVID‐19 and online teaching in higher education: A case study of Peking University},
  author={Wei Bao},
  journal={Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies},
  pages={113 - 115}
  • W. Bao
  • Published 1 April 2020
  • Education
  • Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies
Abstract Starting from the spring of 2020, the outbreak of the COVID‐19 caused Chinese universities to close the campuses and forced them to initiate online teaching. This paper focuses on a case of Peking University's online education. Six specific instructional strategies are presented to summarize current online teaching experiences for university instructors who might conduct online education in similar circumstances. The study concludes with five high‐impact principles for online education… 

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