remote learning

COMPSA to hold Town Hall meeting on remote learning

After a full semester of online learning, the Computing Students Association (COMPSA) will be holding a Town Hall meeting this Friday at 5 p.m. over Zoom to reflect on the remote student learning experience.Continue...

AMS Assembly discusses feedback on remote term, student elections

AMS Assembly met over Zoom on Thursday evening for their third meeting of the 2020-21 academic year.Continue...

Student speaks out after ARTH 292 offers no course material for final six weeks of classes

When Queen’s announced courses for the fall term would be held online, the University assured students that learning standards would be up to par with the in-person experience. Instead, one course offered by the art history department stopped offering course material halfway through the semester.Continue...

QSSET to replace USAT as survey of student learning experience

Queen’s is launching a new survey to assess teaching during a remote semester, replacing the traditional USATs.Continue...

ASUS report looks at improving student experience with remote learning

Though the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS) recognizes the University has worked to make remote learning successful in Queen’s first virtual semester, the Society’s new report shows students believe there’s room for improvement.Continue...

Proctortrack suspends service following breach, impacting FEAS and Smith

Thanks to technological issues, remote midterms aren’t going quite as planned..Continue...

Queen’s chooses Examity, Proctor Track for upcoming exams

While students adjust to remote learning, they should also be preparing for an entirely remote exam period.Continue...

Queen’s to implement Multi-Factor Authentication

With students spending more time online for remote learning, Queen’s is cracking down on cybersecurity.Continue...

Queen’s declares remote winter term

The University announced on Tuesday that most courses will be delivered remotely in the winter term.Continue...

University expects just 6,600 students to be on campus in fall term

Though more than 24,000 students are usually on campus each year, only 6,600 are expected to be present in the fall term. Continue...

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