Following the decision to cancel face-to-face instruction, here’s what the university is doing to make the transition.
Tag: Academic Technology Services
The first week at Long Beach State saw an array of Beachboard malfunctions and crashes, but the university’s technology officials seemed to have finally found a solution to the problems. According to Shawna Dark, associate vice president of Academic Technology, the deleted Beachboard content was caused by user errors during[Read More…]
Students and professors scrambled to access their classes and syllabi for the first few hours of fall semester as Beachboard experienced interruptions Monday. The site had inconsistent availability through campus networks by early evening. Since 11:45 a.m. Tuesday, Beachboard services are back up. According to the the office of Min[Read More…]
After ringing in a new year, students will ring in the spring semester with an updated BeachBoard platform, intended to improve mobile access. According to Jonathan Huer, director of instructional technology support, the new platform’s main change is a responsive interface that allows students to navigate BeachBoard by scaling the[Read More…]
The website for California State University, Long Beach has not been revamped since 2007 and according to many students, it’s about time. “The website seems a little complicated,” Karly Goins, a senior journalism major, said. “Click on this to go to this and you get a new tab but you[Read More…]