Strategies for Enhancing Students’ Online Work Skills on the Post Pandemic: A Mixed Methods Study


The COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing influenced the job market, workstyle, and higher education in the United States, resulting in a need to develop new skill sets to effectively work, collaborate, teach, and learn in an online environment (Paterson & Prideaux, 2020; Torun, 2020; Wieland & Kollias, 2020). Specifically, such a need calls for identifying how to improve online curriculum to build better remote workers and collaborators and engage people virtually via synchronous and asynchronous communications. mixed methods study along with systematic literature review will be conducted to address the research problem. Faculty and students from a practitioner oriented higher education institution located in the Southwest of the United States will be recruited to participate in this study. 



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Kebritchi, M., Shank, M., Entrekin, F., Lind, M., & Schumacher, J.
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