Nicole Albada, Assistant Teaching Professor In The Department, Quoted On The Upsides Of Remote Instruction

February 5, 2021

While college typically involves extensive face-to-face interactions with other students, instructors, and TAs, the past 11 months have forced students and instructors alike to rethink the educational experience. Nicole Alea Albada, Assistant Teaching Professor in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, was among 138 faculty who took part in the “RISE: Reimagining Instruction for the Student Experience” seminar series held this past summer which was convened to tackle this timely and challenging problem. Read more about this exciting seminar series, including Dr. Albada’s thoughts on how remote learning compares to in-person learning here: