Preparing for Fall 2020
The disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic prompted universities to re-think the fall semester experience.
The Chronicle of Higher Education, 10 pages, 5/6/20.
As colleges plan for Fall 2020, so much is uncertain, including the continuing threat of Covid-19, the health of campus budgets, and the desire of students to enroll.
InsideHigherEd, 6 pages, 4/1/2020
How things will unfold if in-person instruction is either prohibited or inadvisable come the Fall 2020 semester.
The New York Times, 3 pages, 5/12/2020
Colleges and universities struggling to continue teaching even as their students have receded into diminutive images, in dire need of haircuts, on videoconference checkerboard.
The Chronicle of Higher Education, 3 pages, 5/21/2020
Why are some college administrators still expressing public confidence in reopening for Fall 2020?
Physics Today, 7 pages, 6/1/2020
Instructors grapple with how to administer exams that meaningfully assess students, suppress cheating, minimize anxiety, and preserve privacy in the fall 2020 semester.
The Chronicle of Higher Education, 10 pages, 5/27/2020
Many colleges will not survive fall 2020 without focusing on one of the most important issues from a student perspective — quality virtual education.