Bookmark link for Main Content
Healy Hall Georgetown University Campus with Mask Requirement Sign

COVID-19 Response and Resources

Our students and faculty entered this crisis prepared to evaluate its effects on the institution of higher education and reassess and adjust our approaches to educational models.

Members of our LDT community, students and faculty alike, have been actively working to provide resources to educators and learners in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This page is a living collection of their contributions, including a special project developed by program faculty focused on rethinking higher education in the face of current national challenges.

Learning, Design, and Technology Contributions

Georgetown University Resources:

Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship (CNDLS): Instructional Continuity Teaching and Learning Remotely

Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship (CNDLS): Teaching in Difficult Times

Georgetown University: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Center

Learning, Design, and Technology Program: Higher Education’s Big Rethink: COVID-19 and the Future of Learning


Professor David Ebenbach: CNDLS – The Prospect Pieces

Professor Eddie Maloney:

Professor Eddie Maloney (Expert Reference): 

Professor Lee Skallerup Bessette: 



Professor Bryan Alexander:

LDT Student Cristina Benitez: Higher Education Responses to the Coronavirus Pandemic

LDT Student Andrew Zubiri: COVID-19 Online Learning Reflections



Professor Eddie Maloney (Expert Interviewee):



Professor Eddie Maloney:

Professor Lee Skallerup Bessette:

Professor Dawan Stanford (Host):



Professor Bryan Alexander (Coeditor): Professional Futurists Address Coronavirus Site Page

Professor Eddie Maloney: The Low-Density University: 15 Scenarios for Higher Education Book

Professor Yianna Vovides: Exploring New Distance Ed Models Research Project

LDT Student Andrew Zubiri: