During the 2019-2020 academic year the University of Hong Kong switched to online learning twice. Due to protests and clashes on several campuses, the last few weeks of in person classes were cancelled in November 2019. The second semester met for one week before breaking for Chinese New Year holiday, classes were cancelled after that. The roll out of cancellations in the second semester happened gradually. University administration was very clear that in person class meetings is still the preferred mode of instruction.
Faculty affiliated with the Gender Studies Programme have compiled a series of reflections on our experiences with this kind of online learning. We are still learning as we go, but since other parts of the world are just joining us, we have decided to share our insights in hopes that they might help. Some of our tips are practical and all of our reflections comes from inclusive pedagogical practice.
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