Genesis of the Corona Crash Course

During the spring of 2020, when the Covid-19 pandemic hit us all around the world, most of us had to adjust our lives in several different ways. As university teachers at Malmö University, located in the southern part of Sweden, we, like most other university staff around the world, had to quickly transform our teaching in higher education learning settings, from on campus to digitalized teaching.

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