Kash Dutta invited to speak at national summit on online and blended learning

Kash Dutta, MS, professor in the Department of Biology, recently spoke at REMOTE: The Connected Faculty Summit hosted by Arizona State University.

The summit provides a forum to identify and promote the best possible pedagogy, techniques, and tools by faculty for online and blended learning. It showcases best practices to help faculty design the most engaging experience for learners.

Master practitioners from across higher education, including higher ed thought leaders, university presidents, and other organization leaders discussed how they lead their classes online and lessons they have learned from COVID-19 teaching.

The remote summit featured more than 80 curated sessions over two days.

Close to 700 participants attended Dutta’s talk titled “Pandemic Teaching & Beyond: Adapting and Transforming Pedagogy Through a Blended Model.”

In 2017, Dutta accepted the Online Learning Consortium (OLC) Digital Learning Innovation (DLI) Award on behalf of the University of New England.

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