IT and AV
How to transition (quickly) to online instruction
As educators wrestle with the move, many, including those at Wheaton College, are working together to learn to record lectures on Google Meet, create and structure online assignments, and think through what is actually doable, say UB guest columnists and co-directors of Center for Collaborative Teaching and Learning.
How this medical school saved Match Day despite coronavirus
As colleges continue to cancel events due to the coronavirus outbreak, Stony Brook University School of Medicine used a video conferencing platform so fourth-year medical students could participate in the nationally recognized Match Day celebration.
COVID-19: Strategies for communicating and leading with certainty
While the immediate focus is on navigating through COVID-19, colleges and universities need to be thinking about continuity and restoration of “normal,” and keeping everyone informed is key, says UB guest columnist and Texas A&M University-San Antonio Vice President Jeanette DeDiemar, who provides seven tips for campus leadership.
Thousands will be out of college: What does that mean for students and institutions?
UB guest columnist Karen Gross considers the implications of closing campus and/or turning to online learning, and offers 10 concrete suggestions for higher ed leaders to help students cope. She is the former president of Southern Vermont College.