Online Learning

The cheating curve

What could be worse than getting caught cheating? Perhaps being accused when you’ve played by the rules.Continue...

Online learning puts revenue first

I recently submitted two questions for Provost Alan Harrison for the March 27 meeting of Senate. One is: why do we already have a financial exploration, or “business case,” for expanding online learning, and not a word on the subject in our new Academic Plan? The other is: why won’t you let us see it?Continue...

Inefficient education must evolve

Queen's should take a cue from new educational initiatives that are changing the way we learn.Continue...

How to succeed in online learning

Whether you’re a seasoned online learner or you’ve never taken a virtual class before, this semester is bound to be difficult for everyone in its own way.Continue...

Two weeks into Zoom university, students reflect on digital learning

Jessica Dahanayake, Eng ’20, has always taken a mix of online and in-person courses. For her, there was an important difference between choosing to take an online course and having to take part in a completely virtual semester.Continue...

Professors: this fall, please teach with empathy

When students logged into their online courses last week and perused the syllabi, it’s frustrating that some classes might’ve had them thinking, ‘I can’t do this.’Continue...

Online classrooms only bolster in-person learning

Online learning often gets a bad rap.Continue...

Online resources must be considered

Queen's professor Rob Beamish responds to last week's Journal Op-Ed concerning online learningContinue...