St. Mary Law professor Colin P. Marks discusses the shift to online teaching in spring semester

22 July 2020

ST. MARY’S UNIVERSITY– In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the St. Mary’s University community has adapted — faculty stepping up to deliver quality education to students from a distance.

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UC Hastings Law fall classes will be held entirely online

21 July 2020

UC HASTINGS LAW — In order to protect the health and safety of all community members and to allow students, staff, and faculty to plan in the face of uncertainty, I have made two decisions.

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UC Irvine Law faculty prepare for fall semester with workshops on online teaching

21 July 2020

UC IRVINE SCHOOL OF LAW — Although there is a possibility that first-year students will be able to take one or two of their fall courses with an in-person component, the public health situation means that class sessions will otherwise be online.

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Florida A&M Law fall classes to remain online only

21 July 2020

FLAPOL — Students will attend classes remotely at the Florida A&M University College of Law during the fall, a change Monday from its original plan. The law school had planned to follow a hybrid model with some classes taught in the classroom and others taught online. But with a recent recommendation made to College of Law Dean Deidré Keller by the College….

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Hofstra and New York Law School launch summer programs to replace summer associate experience

21 July 2020

THE NATIONAL JURIST — New York Law School offered an eight-week online program designed to give 120 law students a taste of a Big Law summer associate experience.

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USC Gould Law announces fall classes to be held online

21 July 2020

USC GOULD LAW — I am writing today to share with you the news that, after careful consideration and broad consultation, the law school will be moving to an online teaching model for the fall semester. In nearly all cases, students will take their classes in an online format with the key exception being considerations for….

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Vermont Law to continue online-only classes this fall

21 July 2020

WCAX CBC 3 — The Vermont Law School will continue to hold all classes online for the rest of 2020.

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Florida State University teleworking policy sees pushback from staff

21 July 2020

THE CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION —  But next month, Florida State University staff members were told, they could lose their right to work from home if they’re simultaneously caring for children. Outrage exploded on social media following the announcement last week, and remained unabated when the university amended it on Monday. By Friday, Florida State had further clarified….

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Report: College enrollment stable despite pandemic disruptions

20 July 2020

INSIDE HIGHER ED — Spring campus closures and the shift to remote learning did not have a major negative impact on student enrollments, finds the National Student Clearinghouse. But racial gaps emerge.

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Advice for faculty on connecting with students online

20 July 2020

THE CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION — In remote teaching, it’s easy to forget that students are real people. Here’s why connecting early and often with them is vital, and how to do it.

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