On February 29, Washington University College of Arts & Sciences announced the arrival of a flexible learning program to take place over the summer of 2024.
The Student Life Editorial Board urges students to utilize these virtual office hours this semester.
With the announcement that summer classes at Washington University will be fully online, course offerings and academic resources are being updated to suit the remote learning environment.
Now, over a month has passed since we were allowed on campus, and in the middle of week four of online classes, it’s time to accept another fact: Online classes are not a sufficient replacement for in-person classes.
“I, a veteran homeschooler and graduate of online high school, would like to share some tips on how to stay productive while learning from home.”
As many top-tier universities begin to integrate their educational systems with the digital age, Washington University is undergoing research to design video courses that can closely reflect the classroom experience. Provost Ed Macias described the University’s possible venture into online courses as one of experimentation. “While there have been lots of experiments and lots of […]
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