With campuses shuttered in the pandemic, society needs to find solutions quickly to continue education and avoid a lost generation of skilled workers.

Institutions have scrambled to initiate remote learning, but the transition was always unlikely to be smooth in the middle of a global health crisis. Traditional colleges are running virtual classes on unprecedented scale – in April, the Sydney Morning Herald reported that University of Sydney was holding 1,000 Zoom conference calls each day, some with…

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