IT and AV
Keeping our humanity in post-coronavirus education
College leaders need to question how well both traditional and online teaching methods keep meaningful human contact with students possible so they can learn to learn, learn to write clearly, and develop resilience, says UB guest columnist Matthew Schmidt, of the University of New Haven in Connecticut.
It takes more than financial aid to help students endure a pandemic. (But it’s a start)
Providing relief and support options ensures that students may continue, or begin, their college degree programs—despite changing financial situations, says UB guest columnist Francesco C. Cesareo, president of Assumption College in Massachusetts.