I love the fact we have got together and made so many online resources for students. Google Classroom, Teams, Moodle and or youtube; everyone has done an amazing job in keeping education flowing in these tough times. We should be all proud of what we have done in the last month or so The bit that has made me nervous, is we have now shown it can be done; even though most of us have nearly killed ourselves doing it. Where is this is going to lead? in the future, will MATS have online classrooms to teach 60,90 or even 100 students at one time? Will you need to support the students 24/7 using online forums like some teachers are doing with Teams (not quite sure why)? Will we have to set homework and then have webinars with students who are not sure on how to complete the task? Are universities going to have to offer more online learning so students don’t need to spend money on living on campus? I know all of these things can have a place, but I do wonder how this might effect jobs, working and mental health of students.