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By mid-March, teachers all over the world were faced with a tough challenge: a rapid transition to online education would have to be made. This prompted hilarious commentaries, such as this adaptation of Gloria Gaynor’s biggest hit,¬† I Will Survive, Coronavirus version for teachers going online. The teacher in question chastises herself: “I should have kept up with the tech, not skipped that class on course design.

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Author profile picture Katleen Gabriels is a moral philosopher specializing in computer ethics at Maastricht University. She conducts research into the relationships between morality and computer technologies.