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Remote learners balance online courses, jobs and other responsibilities from different time zones, all while trying to connect with on-campus classmates and student organizations.

Distant but not disconnected: Zooming in on remote learners

By Genny Gottdiener October 15, 2020
Students studying remotely, by choice or by circumstance, are adjusting to a new type of college education.
Desperate times call for flexible measures

Desperate times call for flexible measures

By EDITORIAL BOARD April 9, 2020
"We started out this remote experiment thinking about how to adapt the structure of lecture halls to our laptops, but we should also be envisioning ways to bring the intimacy of our Zoom screens back to our classrooms."
The Wilson Media Lab, where the DLINQ office is located.

Bracing for seismic impact of remote learning, faculty turn to DLINQ

By RAIN JI March 29, 2020
DLINQ has encouraged faculty to use a variety of online tools, including the now-ubiquitous conferencing platform Zoom for live video calls and Panopto for posted lectures.
Grading takes center stage as students prepare for unprecedented shift to online classes

Grading takes center stage as students prepare for unprecedented shift to online classes

By TONY SJODIN March 28, 2020
Students organized the #FairGradesMidd and #OptInMidd petitions, generating buzz among students and faculty, after the college announced an opt-in Pass/D/Fail grading policy.
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