As part of its documentation for Spring 2020 Faculty Development Workshops, Faculty Commons requested that attendees share their reflections on the workshop content. Faculty were also asked to document the impact that COVID-19 and the unexpected switch to entirely online instruction has had on their teaching and professional duties during the Spring 2020 semester. This collection represents faculty thought on how the pandemic has affected teaching at JSU and the experience of the students enrolled in these online courses.

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Submissions from 2020

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Faculty COVID-19 Reflection 1, Joseph Akpan

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Faculty COVID-19 Reflection 2, Abigail Brock

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Faculty COVID-19 Reflection 3, Christy Burns

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Faculty COVID-19 Reflection 4, Christopher Douglas

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Faculty COVID-19 Reflection 5, Arup Kumar Ghosh

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Faculty COVID-19 Reflection 6, Larry Gray

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Faculty COVID-19 Reflection 7, Miriam Hill

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Faculty COVID-19 Reflection 8, Jianping Huang

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Faculty COVID-19 Reflection 9, Karlie Johnson

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Faculty COVID-19 Reflection 10, Carrie Kirk

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Faculty COVID-19 Reflection 11, Carley Knight

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Faculty COVID-19 Reflection 12, Majid Koozehchian

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Faculty COVID-19 Reflection 13, Bethany Latham

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Faculty COVID-19 Reflection 14, Kaleb Littlejohn

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Faculty COVID-19 Reflection 15, Allison Newton

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Faculty COVID-19 Reflection 16, Mysti Nichols

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Faculty COVID-19 Reflection 17, Karen Phillips

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Faculty COVID-19 Reflection 18, Jodi Poe

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Faculty COVID-19 Reflection 19, Jenna Ridlen

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Faculty COVID-19 Reflection 20, Monica Trifas

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Faculty COVID-19 Reflection 21, Brianna Turgeon

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Faculty COVID-19 Reflection 22, Sheila Webb

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Faculty COVID-19 Reflection 23, Kim Westbrooks

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Faculty COVID-19 Reflection 24, Krissie Wilson