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The V.P. over my dean is holding an "all hands" meeting tomorrow. There are over 500 professors involved. 

One of the agenda items is the viability of doing all of our summer classes online. My area includes some engineering classes that require lab time, so I'm not sure that they can do that 100%. I already teach all of my classes online, so it isn't a big deal, thankfully. 

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I've been wondering if summer classes will also end up online--both of my kids had interest in a class at their schools. Will be interesting to see what happens. So hard for things like labs and other hands-on experience types of classes. 

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26 minutes ago, MerryAtHope said:

I've been wondering if summer classes will also end up online--both of my kids had interest in a class at their schools. Will be interesting to see what happens. So hard for things like labs and other hands-on experience types of classes. 

 

I teach web development, so it's very easy for me to teach it online. They have texts, video demos to watch, homework, and develop a project website. I miss teaching in the classroom, but the local CC dropped my area some years ago. I'm not willing to drive further than that to teach in the classroom, so I remain online. 

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Interesting faculty meeting. They are indeed offering primarily online classes this summer with the possibility of  select on-campus lab classes. 

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My DD is registered for a field ecology class. I really am expecting it not to happen, because I don’t see any way that it could be done reasonably online. 

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