Six Things To Expect From Online Learning This Fall

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By Samantha Ruiz, Communication and Political Science ‘22

 

The second half of the Spring 2020 semester was definitely one for the history books. When COVID-19 was declared a pandemic, everything that could be moved online was, including all of our classes. While this led to some pretty chaotic moments, students and faculty continued to thrive. Recently, the university decided Fall 2020 classes will resume through a mix of online/in-person delivery. While it might seem overwhelming, here are my best tips and tricks for having a successful semester!

 

1. Know the Difference Between Types of Online Classes