We are currently seeking editors to contribute to our upcoming book series, "School Dropout and Completion Series." This series aims to provide a comprehensive and global examination of the complex factors influencing high school graduation and dropout rates. Through rigorous scholarly research and analysis, the series will delve into the intricacies of how these rates are calculated, explore the social and economic implications of dropping out, and highlight the various pathways students may take toward graduation across different countries and educational systems.
This timely volume explores the current and future state of hybrid and remote work in higher education from national, regional, and global perspectives. Today, colleges and universities worldwide must ensure that they have adequate information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure, equipment, and systems to adapt to the “new normal” post-COVID-19. Hybrid and remote work can be a source of boosting productivity and advancing institutional change in higher education. Common within the management and leadership literature, hybrid and remote work is an understudied phenomenon in higher education administration. This book investigates the rapid rise of remote and hybrid work during and after the global pandemic and what it means for the future of higher education in the United States and abroad. By developing a comprehensive, research-based knowledge and framework this book seeks to equip and empower teacher-scholars and practitioners to operate safely, securely, and efficiently in a remote or hybrid environment.
Rethinking Hybrid and Remote Work in Higher Education
- Is Hybrid and Remote Work Here to Stay? Opportunities and Challenges in the United States and Abroad
- Essential Hybrid and Remote Workers in Higher Education: Challenges and Resiliency of Student Affairs Practitioners
- Sense of Place and Belonging: The Role of Service-Learning and Faculty Development Centers in Promoting Community Among Hybrid and Remote Faculty Members
- An Exploratory Examination of Online Learning During and After the Pandemic: Learning Goal Congruence in Lecturing and Research Activities
Reinventing Remote Work and Online Learning at Colleges and Universities Worldwide
- Exploring Faculty Members’ Perceptions of Hybrid Teaching in Indonesian Higher Education: Using Transitivity Analysis
- Building, Bonding, and Growing During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Case Study of Indiana University’s Chinese Flagship Program
- The Importance of Including Students’ Perspectives in Research to Further Understand New Learning Environments
- Post-COVID, Learning Redefined: Self-Directed Learning in Higher Education
- Research Discourses on Women Academics During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Has a Bad Situation Turned Worse?
Lessons Learned from Hybrid and Remote Work: Comparative Case Studies
- Changes to Hybrid Higher Education Induced by the COVID-19 Pandemic: A South African Case Study
- Lessons from Virtual Exchange Programs and Hybrid Study Abroad Programs Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Digital Readiness and Preparation in a University Setting: An Examination of Faculty, Staff and Students’ Practices of Online Education in Nepal
- Using Dell Hymes’ SPEAKING MODEL as a Tool to Teach Intercultural Competence and Communication: Cultural Identity in Alexandria, Egypt
- Attitude and Motivation of Gamified Mathematics Virtual Remedial Students: Case Study of a Business School in Lima, Peru
- Millennial Teachers’ Perspectives on the Graduate Transition to Work in Vietnamese Higher Education