remote learning

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...

Will first-year students be remote in the winter term? Provost says yes, with some exceptions

Whether first-year students will experience an entirely remote academic year at Queen’s is a decision that rests with individual faculties and schools.Continue...

Career Services aids departments in offering remote student jobs

As COVID-19 has made in-person work difficult to operate, Queen’s is encouraging its departments to create remote student jobs in the fall term.Continue...

Enrolment more than doubled for summer courses in some faculties

Queen’s promises to prioritize accessibility concerns ahead of online semester

As the University determines the logistics of offering the fall term remotely, it’s keeping the issue of accessibility in the discussion.Continue...

Senate: University planning for more on-campus delivery in winter term

In their last meeting of the academic year on May 19, Senate gathered on video-chat platform Zoom to discuss operations for the fall term.Continue...

Likelihood of in-person learning “extremely slim,” Deane tells faculty and staff

Principal Patrick Deane said it’s impossible to know with certainty what the fall term will look like, though he added that most programs will likely be conducted remotely.Continue...

Internal email shows Queen’s preliminary plans for fall term course delivery

In an internal email to faculty and staff on May 12, the University shared preliminary plans for course delivery in the fall term.Continue...

Queen’s concerned out-of-province students will avoid campus in September

At the May Board of Trustees meeting last Friday, Principal Patrick Deane said the University is concerned out-of-province students may avoid travelling to Kingston in the fall.Continue...

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