President Conoley sent an email announcing that all classes will transfer to online only Starting March 17 due to recent local developments relating too coronavirus.
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Students may find the flexibility of online classes appealing, but these classes aren’t as beneficial as they may seem.
The convenience of online classes does not outweigh the benefits of face-to-face instruction.
The growing number of online courses offered at CSULB provides students with the opportunity of a flexible schedule and class availability, Conoley says.
Following another long week, it’s Sunday evening and after going through a mental checklist of things to finish before the Monday morning sun rises over the horizon, you’re struck with the realization that you’ve forgotten something — your online class, yet again. This has happened to me more times than[Read More…]
One summer during her undergraduate years at Cal State Long Beach, Kelly Nguyen enrolled in a child development class. Much to her dismay, the class was cancelled last-minute due to low enrollment. She immediately went to the department to consider her options, and though it was almost too late, she[Read More…]
Concerns regarding patent and copy write laws in the classroom will be addressed during Thursday’s California State University Senate meeting. The ongoing conversation in the senate regarding intellectual property focuses on digital course materials for online classes. Tracey Mayfield, the associate dean at the university library, said that she has[Read More…]