remote learning

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...

University advises considering future goals before pursuing academic accommodations

As students pursue special COVID-19 academic accommodations, the University is recommending they consider the possible impacts on future studies.Continue...

Students turn to remote learning for the summer term

Many of the students who have had to change their summer plans because of COVID-19 are now seeking remote learning opportunities instead.Continue...

Challenges with remote exam delivery cause stress during finals

As the pandemic continues through exam season, a number of students experienced frustrating technical issues while completing finals by remote delivery.Continue...

“Compassion should be the standard”: Queen’s students reflect on remote learning

When students logged into their OnQ accounts on March 23, the first day of remote learning, they were met with vastly different approaches to course delivery.Continue...

Queen’s preparing for extended remote learning in face of pandemic

Queen’s Senate convened for their March meeting via teleconference on Tuesday to discuss the short- and long-term impacts of the novel coronavirus.Continue...

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