Rory Conlon, De Anza College
Students have increasingly relied on the internet to get through the pandemic, but are online classes still a viable option?
While many people might miss attending class in-person, there are actually some benefits to the virtual classroom.
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The pandemic has facilitated many changes to how we learn. Here are some of the implications.
Attending classes is a lot different when you’re doing it from home. Here’s how to succeed.
Kaitlyn Nuebel, University of Pittsburgh
Attending class virtually means navigating the awkwardness of these sessions, a necessity to building classroom communities.
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.
Reem Farhat, Fordham University
Even though many students will be attending school from home instead of returning to campus, it’s still important to prepare for the upcoming semester.
Tamara Kamis, Cornell University
Depending on their access needs, they have both benefitted and struggled because of the rise of virtual life in the time of the coronavirus.
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