Using Evaluative Data to Assess Virtual Learning Experiences for Students During COVID-19

Biomedical Engineering Education / September 2020

Flexibility in online course delivery methods resulted in a broad range of course structures over approximately two months of online content delivery during COVID-19. While the authors organized multiple sessions for online learning strategies and best practices, faculty were able to choose their preferred structures. As a result of these varied options, the authors sought to evaluate student perceptions of online course delivery, identify challenges faced during the transition to online learning, and determine student preferences of best practices for remote learning at an HSI with a large, majority-minority, first-generation student population.