As Case Western Reserve wraps up a spring semester unlike any other, faculty, staff and students find themselves acting as a true research university by asking questions: What worked this spring? What didn’t?
This type of understanding is important as members of the campus community continue thinking about how to prepare for the fall semester and dual-delivery amid much uncertainty.
The Office of the Provost is launching a survey of faculty and instructors to learn about experiences so far to share that information with one another and plan for fall.
The responses will be looked at in aggregate; there also may be efforts occurring within schools or departments that are more aligned to individuals’ specific situations; faculty are encouraged to participate in those efforts as well.
The survey will be open for only a week (closing Tuesday, May 5) so the university can move quickly in collating the results and shaping the collective understanding amid preparations for fall.