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ASU Remote 2022: Strategies for reducing racial inequities using digital learning

Twelve ‘lighthouse’ institutions leaned into digital learning during the pandemic and found that despite national trends of racial equity gaps expanding at this time, theirs, on average, shrank. In this session, data analysts discuss key findings published in Supporting Student Success at the Course Level: Lessons from Change Efforts During a Pandemic. Join them to learn how digital learning tools gave both faculty and students an edge in a time of academic upheaval.

Slides used in video

Recommended citation:

Neisler, J., Means, B. & Peters, V. (2022, June 9) Strategies for reducing racial inequities using digital learning [Video] Every Learner Everywhere and ASU Remote Faculty Summit. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fOkjYcwvbQ&list=PLc9-1gBe1Xr_KX_6fu5NFtHi6IslxP3I3&index=11

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