When the pandemic hit hard in March, virtually all U.S. universities switched to online education in a matter of weeks. With no time to prepare, instructors delivered lectures via videoconference, just as they would have face-to-face. Unsurprisingly, results were mixed, with many students and parents concluding that online courses aren’t worth the price of tuition. With the pandemic still raging, faculty are working hard to prepare for another semester of online education.
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Unsurprisingly… many students and parents concluded that online courses aren’t worth the price of tuition.
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