With many moving their face-to-face classes online it is a great time to consider ways to improve conditions for teaching from home and the impact of such conditions on students working at a distance. A paper by Professor Sean Willems provides the details on the home studio he created for his classes.
The paper is a review of the equipment and setup used by Willems for his own home teaching studio, along with his observations about teaching and learning and the task of translating the on-campus experience to the online delivery mode. If you are interested in instructor driven technology setups and their potential for improving the delivery of lectures online, this is a valuable resource. The paper includes some examples of student feedback which seem positive, but the impact on actual learning remains to be studied.