As things appear to be getting back to normal, CSULB student Berenize Montoya takes a moment to look back at the past year.
How midterm fatigue and virtual learning has me ready to drive down the 405.
Students say they are struggling with engagement in classes due to a lack of motivation caused by virtual learning.
Long Beach State faculty members describe their experiences with teaching online this fall in CSULB’s first-ever term held primarily virtually.
As Long Beach State looks ahead toward another virtual semester, students share their mixed feelings toward continuing with their education online.
Rebecca Lemme, the co-coordinator of the BFA program for dance at CSULB, directs an all virtual performance with her outside dance studio, CSULB alumni and students.
Students upgraded to Zoom Pro at no additional charge, greater access to meetings, recording capabilities
Students now have the same meeting parameters as faculty members, allowing them to host meetings with up to 300 participants for as long as 30 hours.
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.
Many hardworking students and athletes will miss out on the ceremonies that recognize their accomplishments, as college graduations and the NFL Draft will be drastically different this year.
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.