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Colleges and universities are working with local hospitals to provide shelter for medical personnel and patients as the coronavirus spreads.
Creating continuity and a campus-like environment should be the first step for faculty shifting students to online learning during coronavirus closures.
Never has academia’s labor problem been more visible than now when higher education finds itself having to turn on a dime to make sure students can finish courses that can no longer be taught on campus in classrooms, says UB guest columnist Paula M. Krebs, of the Modern Language Association.
Fordham University is providing professional development for distance learning in the Bronx during the coronavirus closures, while Berea College helps feed K-12 students in Kentucky.
Iowa State University has embedded a chatbot named Cy into six department websites that answers student and faculty questions about the coronavirus.
A Q&A with Austin Laird, Director of Product for Higher Education, and Elfie Smith, Strategic Business Architect, of Unit4. Sponsored content by Unit4.
With Xi Frame, Creighton University students who log in can see an app’s user interface in a web browser that is accessible from any device—without having to install anything on a personal computer or tablet. Sponsored content by Nutanix.
Trinity University recently implemented Zavanta software by COMPROSE which has made all policies centralized and always up to date. Sponsored content by COMPROSE.
A Q&A with Matthew Turis, Manager of Strategic Initiatives of Van Dyk Recycling Solutions. Custom content by Van Dyk Recycling Solutions.
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