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Indian River State College Transitions to Adaptive Learning

This video presents the experiences of faculty and administrators at Indian River State College discuss transitions to adaptive learning during the 2019-2020 school year including interviews conducted during Spring 2020, when faculty taught remotely due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Speakers: Lynn O’Dell, Every Learner Everywhere Initiative Coordinator at Indian River State College; Lanie Culligan, Math Faculty at Indian River State College; Kris Demarais, Math Faculty at Indian River State College; Heather Michaels, Chair of Physical Sciences at Indian River State College; Anthony Dribben, Dean of Math and Science at Indian River State College

Recommended citation:

Culligan, L., Demarais, K., Dribben, A., Michaels, H., and O’Dell, L. (2020, October 5) Indian River State College Transitions to Adaptive Learning [Video] Every Learner Everywhere. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtOhk3cK7eg

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