Panelists talk about how they are making telepractice work through collaboration, exploring the impacts of physical distancing as a result of COVID-19, scaling up this service across disciplines and boundaries. Speakers consider how the personal and professional intersect and how informal interactions among educators is happening in virtual settings.
Panelists: Megann McGill (Speech & Hearing Sciences), whose research explores telepractice for speech-language therapy; and Steve Thorne (World Languages & Literatures) and John Hellerman (Applied Linguistics), who have been gathering data on virtual socialization during COVID-19.
COVID-19 (Disease) -- Health Aspects, COVID-19 (Disease) -- Psychological Aspects, COVID-19 (Disease) -- Social Aspects, Speech Disorders -- Evaluation, Telecommuting, Web-based Instruction
First and Second Language Acquisition | Language and Literacy Education | Linguistics | Medicine and Health Sciences | Public Health | Speech and Hearing Science
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Rosenstiel, Todd N.; McGill, Megann; Hellermann, John; and Thorne, Steven L., "Telehealth, Tele-Happy Hours, Tele-Everything" (2020). At This Moment Webinar Series. 5.