For a number of reasons we have decided to retire the Post-Pandemic University project. Over a two and a half year period we published 235 posts from contributors around the world, organised two large online conferences and ran a podcast series on methodological adaptations to lockdown. The site will be kept online as an archival resource which hosts these real time reflections on the huge upheaval which took place in higher education during this time and the wide range of multidisciplinary analyses we hosted about the future impact of these changes.
We’d like to thank all the collaborators and contributors who worked on the project during this time. We hope this will be a useful resource for teaching and research reflecting on the pandemic. Please do consider letting us know (either through the contact form or leaving a comment) if you use this material in your research or teaching.
Thanks, Mark and the post-pandemic crew
This project has been a huge inspiration and comfort – just knowing that there are other people out there that care about this stuff has been helpful.
We are still in this pandemic and it feels never-ending (post global warming university, anyone?), but life goes on. University management keeps doing stupid things, and we keep trying to build from below. 🙂
Thanks for all you’ve done on this.