Navigating post-pandemic work, instruction with the Remote Work Continuum framework

July 7, 2021
In a new article for Inside Higher Ed, Edward J Maloney and Joshua Kim discuss the Remote Work Continuum framework, which was developed to provide institutions with a common language to use when making decisions about working from home after COVID-19. The framework, which is available on a Creative Commons license, describes instructional options which range from fully in-person to fully remote, as well as work arrangement options which range from a traditional on-campus model to a fully remote model. The authors discuss how post-pandemic, many academics will likely work with a flexible model, and students will most likely expect courses to have online elements in the future. “Frameworks like the Remote Work Continuum can help us think through how we will all navigate the turbulence along the way,” write Maloney and Kim. Inside Higher Ed (Editorial)