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The Spring semester of 2020 was a time of unanticipated and unprecedented rapid change for higher education in the United States. The COVID-19 pandemic struck the United States midway through the semester forcing colleges and universities to rapidly take courses online with minimal time to prepare. North Dakota was, comparatively, fortunate in that the transition occurred over spring break; however, initially the online period was only supposed to last for two weeks. This poster presents the process that was used to rapidly change an active learning course, which was designed for in person delivery, over to being held entirely online.
Straub, Jeremy, "Lemons to Lemonade: Refining an Active Learning Course for Delivery During a Pandemic" (2020). ASEE North Midwest Section Annual Conference 2020 Poster Presentations. 1.