Getting Through Coronavirus: Are Colleges Ready for Online Learning?
Chancellor livestream Thursday at 1:00
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CalMatters’ College Journalism Network is hosting a live interview Thursday with Chancellor Tim White about how the university is responding to coronavirus. We want your questions to be answered.
This is a live video stream question and answer you can embed on your own site. From the EventBrite:
CalMatters talks to California State University Chancellor Tim White about how schools are moving online during the pandemic.
Are you a college student whose semester has been turned upside down by the pandemic? Are you a professor who is getting acclimated to teaching your students via video conference?
CalMatters College Journalism Network Editor Felicia Mello and fellow Aidan McGloin will moderate a conversation with California State University Chancellor Tim White to discuss how CSU is transitioning to online learning and address questions students, families, administrators and educators have about this new reality.
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