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Broad Matters Season 4 Episode 1 - Tomorrow's Education, Today

Wednesday, October 28, 2020
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The COVID-19 pandemic forced a monumental transition to remote teaching and learning for Michigan State University. Leading the charge was the Broad College’s director of learning technology and development Jeremy Van Hof. Broad Matters hosts Shana Redd and Ken Szymusiak talk with Van Hof on this episode about how this transition challenged him and his team, while also creating opportunities for university-wide collaboration and new innovations in learning.

You can connect with Jeremy Van Hof on LinkedIn and Twitter.

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