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The coronavirus pandemic is an all hands on deck situation—and individuals within higher ed are stepping in to help by making hard-to-find hand sanitizer from scratch and distributing it to those in need.
With coronavirus canceling the traditional graduation and commencement ceremony, college leaders are considering online alternatives or holding joint ceremonies next year with the Class of 2021.
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.
COVID-19 compels higher education to tell students to head home for spring break and engage in distance learning for an extended and unknown length of time.
COVID-19 forces Harvard University to move to online education and ask students to stay home after spring break.
New cases of coronavirus around the country drove several major universities to close classrooms Monday and shift to online education.
Spreading coronavirus forced the University of Washington to close all classrooms on its three campuses and move to online learning for the rest of March.
Spread of coronavirus has college leaders preparing professors to shift to online education and distance learning should their campuses close.
Higher ed experts participated in a Q&A on incorporating social media strategies during an emergency.
Adding social media strategies to emergency notification processes can be challenging. Following are some successful procedures and policies colleges are using to get the job done.
Adding social media strategies to emergency notification processes can be challenging. Here are some successful procedures and policies colleges are using to get the job done.
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