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The Chronicle of Higher Education

Everyone is under stress trying to cope with the novel Coronavirus pandemic, but students are especially vulnerable. Herein, you can find a collection of articles that deal with this matter and offer solutions for teachers, faculty, and staff.

undefinedAs the Coronavirus spreads, colleges are scrambling to respond to potential health-care crises, campus closings, and other issues that are arising and evolving daily. A major challenge: How can institutions continue to offer instruction if they decide to close or to cancel in-person classes? A growing number are moving classes online as a short-term solution. This special Chronicle collection includes our best advice guides and opinion pieces on online learning, to help faculty and staff members adjust if that time comes.

A selection of articles from "The Chronicle of Higher Education"

For Many Graduate Students, COVID-19 Pandemic Highlights Inequities

By Megan Zahneis

It disrupted their research and funding, muddied the job-market waters, and complicated questions about their status at their institution.

How to Help Struggling Students Succeed Online

By Beth McMurtrie

Remote learning is tough on many students, but for disadvantaged students, it can be even harder. Two experts offer advice on how to continue to support your students throughout the experience.

How to Help Students Keep Learning Through a Disruption

By Beckie Supiano

Some colleges have compiled guides for students grappling with emergency online instruction. Here are some highlights.

How to Quickly (and Safely) Move a Lab Course Online

By Heather R. Taft

Yes, it’s possible to shift your lab classes online, using technology, lab kits, and virtual simulations. Here’s how.

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