The impact of the coronavirus pandemic has led students to study from their homes in order to continue their educational journey
Tag: virtual learning
Virtual learning proved to be difficult not only for students, but for CSULB faculty. As the spring semester continues online, professors share their challenges as well as the goals they have for their students.
Students say they are struggling with engagement in classes due to a lack of motivation caused by virtual learning.
About 4% of all classes are being offered on CSULB’s campus this spring, a slight increase from the fall 2020 semester.
Professors and lecturers at Long Beach State share how they learned to teach virtually using university-provided training and other resources.
With the first fully-online semester wrapping up, students are preparing for another remote semester.
Long Beach State has seen a rise in students engaging in academic dishonesty with classes being conducted virtually during the coronavirus pandemic.
Long Beach State faculty members describe their experiences with teaching online this fall in CSULB’s first-ever term held primarily virtually.
Maintaining community at a distance.
Amid a remote semester, Long Beach State has reached “historic high” enrollment, with close to 39,300 students this fall compared to about 38,100 in fall of 2019.