Over the last year, CSULB has been slowly migrating its class portal software from Beachboard to Canvas. Here is a systematic look at some features lost by making the switch.
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Students face anxiety over in-person finals
Students are returning to in-person finals since the start of the pandemic and find ways to best prepare for the traditional test taking.
CSULB students struggle with growing number of online classes, deemed ‘absolute hell’
Very few classes were held online prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, though that number has grown to represent the vast majority of the Beach’s course sections.
CSU will now offer one free online class at any system-affiliated campus for transferable credit
Through CSU Fully Online, currently enrolled students may register for an online course at any of the 23 campuses at no additional cost and receive transferable GE credit.
Alternative instruction to continue for ‘large classes’ for at least first 8 weeks of fall semester
Conoley added that campus WiFi will be extended to parking lots and a laptop loan program is being discussed.
BEACH WEEKLY SPECIAL | The new normal for CSULB students
In this episode of Beach Weekly, hear from Long Beach State students about the routines they have developed in midst of coronavirus.
Our tuition is still working on campus; even if we aren’t
Spring tuition pays for more than just our education, and that money is still working for us.
UPDATE: CSULB’s decision for fall face-to-face instruction is on the ‘virus clock’
President Jane Close Conoley said she’s hopeful Long Beach State will return to face-to-face instruction in the fall but is cautious in confirming any plans.
‘I have to stay up from 2:30 a.m. to 7 a.m.’: How international CSULB students are coping with online classes
Having to stay up late for online classes results in a conflicting schedule for exchange students.
CSULB student balances motherhood and study amid COVID-19 pandemic
CSULB student Fabiola Gutierrez is adjusting to her new life amid coronavirus restrictions. As she juggles to handle her online courses and family responsibilities, she has also dedicated her time to helping the elderly in her community.