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Art and Design Online Courses During the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic: Teaching Reflections on Students Groups Interactions and Collaboration

posted on 2020-10-30, 16:16 authored by Nouf AlsuwaidaNouf Alsuwaida
In this study, the methods include a literature review and autoethnography. My experience as an assistant professor in teaching several courses that focused on the Art and Design area. I was participating in a module that explores online courses with student's interactions and the development of my activities in the courses. The technology tools that I chose to collaborate in developing the activities of the online course. These tools also served as interactive devices towards collaboration, cooperation, planning, time management, a compilation of resources, and analysis. Based on the literature review findings, the researcher engaged in an autoethnographic exploration of individual and collaborative experiences to identify recommendations for online design and teaching in online courses.


Declaration of conflicts of interest

The author declared no potential conflicts of interest with respect to the research, authorship, and publication of this research.

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Lead author country

  • Saudi Arabia

Lead author job role

  • Higher Education Researcher

Lead author institution

The University of Hai'l

Human Participants

  • No

Ethics statement

It is not applicable. The article is about the author experience of teaching online courses in Art and Design.


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