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Online teaching because of coronavirus

Apr 2020

Because of the coronavirus, are universities thinking of doing online courses and teaching in September?

CORONAVIRUS ONLINE TEACHING
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Yes, universities are already planning for contingencies around starting their courses online in September. Most universities are now teaching online via software like Zoom and Moodle.

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