Jordan Oulela, University of Texas at San Antonio
Although this program has been around for a while, remote learning brought on by the pandemic has let the software see a rise in popularity.
Brett Hintz, University of Texas at Austin
Though many are not keen on the idea of receiving a remote education, there are more advantages than it seems.
Rory Conlon, De Anza College
Since virtual communication has become even more crucial during the pandemic, the time is ripe to examine the implications it may have on your personal information.
Remote learning has presented a variety of challenges for students studying to hone their singing, dancing, film and photography skills.
Having navigated several educational dilemmas over the course of the pandemic, those in college have found innovative solutions.
Learning in a physical classroom can definitely help you, but going virtual offers its own advantages.
There’s no reason that you can’t explore the world and get some schooling done at the same time.
Study Breaks Staff
Are school-issued monitoring apps working to prevent bullying and self-harm, or are they closing children off from the internet?
Renee Cantor, University of Pittsburgh
In order to adapt to the strict social distancing rules of the pandemic, college clubs will look a little bit different this school year.
Megan Stager, University of Pittsburgh
And by doing so, he managed to portray the possibilities of self-motivated online learning
Imani Benberry, Columbia University
Learning from home will protect college students from the spreading virus, but it could have major psychological ramifications.
Ailun Shi, UC Berkeley
Schools were thrown headfirst into digital classrooms and the outcomes have been deemed less than successful. Now we are left to fill in the educational gaps.
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