Selection of Collegewide Course Materials
Muma Case Review • Volume 6 • 2021 • pp. 001-022
Due to COVID-19 pandemic a college with eight different campus locations moved its face to face courses online. The college decided to list all courses under one main campus since the regional locations did not matter now. There was a course materials issue since the professors from each of the campuses use their own materials. Now that courses are provided collegewide (as one campus), the students could sign up for a course with an instructor at another campus without knowing. This created a serious problem for the students. A student could potentially buy course materials for a course, for some reason switch to another of the same course and have the wrong materials purchased.
COVID-19, Course Materials, Online Teaching, Academic Freedom, Communication
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