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The transition to online learning at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic presented challenges for many students and educators. 

A new project led by Trent University is aimed at addressing these challenges and empowering instructors and students by giving them the opportunity to design learning modules that eliminate elements of online learning that presented challenges in the past.  

Project leads will work directly with students to gather information and best address roadblocks to success in order to help improve learning outcomes. 

Other Ontario postsecondary schools participating in the program include Brock University, McMaster University, the University of Windsor, Cambrian College and Seneca College. 

For more information, visit Trent University. 

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