The Royal Historical Society, History UK and the East Midlands Centre for History Learning and Teaching are sponsoring a national survey which seeks to understand how Covid has affected learning history at university and how staff and students envisage history programmes could and should adapt once Covid has abated.
Over 500 people from three dozen universities have already taken part in the anonymous survey, the findings from which will help universities to devise a post-pandemic framework for teaching, learning and assessment.
Those who teach in UK universities are encouraged to participate before the survey closes on 2 July. The survey is at https://lboro.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/ppps2.
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