This timely volume explores how colleges and universities around the world have managed the shifts to online and distance education as a result of the worldwide coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. The need to understand online teaching and learning is more urgent as institutions have responded to COVID-19 restrictions and how technology has been deployed in higher education. This book investigates how the use of information and communication technologies impacted students, faculty, and staff experiences during the COVID-19 lockdown. Collectively, all contributors offer unique innovative insights and perspectives on the opportunities and challenges of remote work, while reflecting on new strategies and initiatives that may enhance the quality of online teaching and learning in higher education. As more colleges and universities around the world continue to be affected by the COVID-19 outbreak, we hope that this book will help teacher-scholars and practitioners redesign curricula, cocurricular experiences, and physical campus spaces in order to prepare them for the rising complexity of digitalization in higher education. Ultimately, we hope that this book will serve as a tool for further discussion and reflection that can advance pedagogical transformation in all spaces (face-to-face, online, synchronous, asynchronous) and support student learning (study, work, teach, language, volunteer abroad, international student services, and career services) in the post-COVID-19 era.