A computer tablet sitting on a desk with a pair of wired headphones.
My COVID-19 video lecture recording set-up

After one term of teaching remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic, I shared my process of flipping my class with limited resources at home.  My paper was published in the COVID-19 special issue of Advances in Engineering Education.


For the 2020 spring term, courses needed to switch from traditional in-person formats to an online format in about a week due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This paper presents the process and tools used to flip the course content and deliver a dynamic systems and controls course online. Initial feedback was gathered through end-of-term evaluations and faculty reflections at the end of the term. Overall, the format was well received by the students.


R. M. Reck, "Quick Flip: A Model of a Virtual Course in Dynamic Systems and Controls During COVID-19," Advances in Engineering Education, vol 8, no. 4, Dec. 2020.