Pluralism as a Means for Improving Online Learning Environments

Nicole Fournier-Sylvester, a co-investigator for Project SOMEONE and Education Manager at the Global Centre for Pluralism, recently published an article dealing with the effects on the COVID-19 pandemic on education systems, particularly as they relate to technology and online learning environments. 

In the article, the author explores how a Pluralist framework can improve accessibility and nurture a culture of inclusivity. 

To read the article, please click here.