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Stephen Downes

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Normally I'd just ignore a false-promise article like this, but I'd like editors to feel the pain a reader feels when they get to the end of the article and realize they've been conned. Without explaining how, the authors assert that "the summer of 2020 will be much like any other" and that "authentic learning partners will be adapting their innovative work for a post-Covid-19 world." That would be nice - but the title of this article promised rather more. Ed Stevens and David Owen do not have solutions, at least, not in this article. They just tell us how hard it will be and that projects and programs may be furloughed, and make a vague promise about some future handbook.

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