Creative Solutions to Global Challenges: Lessons from Teaching Remote at NYU Paris

The possibility of teaching remotely—whether planned or unplanned—is now a fact of life. From managing live instruction across time zones to teaching place-based classes at a distance, NYU’s global faculty have had to adapt and innovate in ways similar to their New York–based colleagues. But some challenges are unique to our international campuses. Professors Healey and Lebovits will share how they adapted their content and course delivery, and how their students collaborated and even shared their own cultures despite the distance between them.