Assessing the Academic Quality Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Virtual Paper ID: 57837
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    Joseph M Woodside
    Stetson University

Abstract: Problem Introduction: Educational institutions are currently in a state of disruption as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, however limited extant research exists for a comprehensive set of stakeholder identified factors for assessing academic quality impacts during this unprecedented learning disruption. What Was Done: This study addresses and reviews the set of literature pertaining to student achievement and assessment of student learning. In addition, text analytics is utilized to explore current key factors pertaining to the COVID-19 impact. The manuscript examines the set factors in support of academic quality in during times of learning disruption. Why This Work is Important: This paper presents several key success factors and strategies for educators for navigating learning disruptions through prior literature review and identification of primary pandemic impacts through text analytics, which extends and enhances prior literature and understanding of academic quality as a result of COVID-19 learning disruptions.


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