HBS Professor Reflects on her First Online Class
To deal with the unprecedented challenges posed by the rising pandemic Kovid-19, universities are moving in-person classes to online classes. instruction, scheduling all interviews online, canceling admission events and global immersion trips, extending Round 3 deadlines, and much more.
Online Instruction: Harvard professor Francesca Gino wrote an interesting article about her first Zoom class for the HBS students.
Here are some excerpts from her article on LinkedIn:
Enjoy the full article here: Reflections From my First HBS Zoom Class
We asked Mansi Dhiman, a second-year HBS student (and a former MER client) about her experience in an online Zoom class. Here is what she said about her experience:
“ Zoom (online) classes are actually much better than what I had expected. It’s our first week of classes, and honestly, I am enjoying it. I feel everyone is equally engaged and participative in an online classroom. Of course, the online experience cannot match the offline experience, but the way HBS has executed is brilliant that helps us not miss the offline classes as much.”
The universities are working tirelessly to navigate through these challenging times and come up with smarter and more sophisticated ways to enhance the educational experience of students in an online format. Let’s all hope that this global crisis is over soon, and students are able to move from their virtual classrooms to actual classrooms.
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