Remote Learning: How Are N.H. Colleges and College Students Adapting? | New Hampshire Public Radio

Remote Learning: How Are N.H. Colleges and College Students Adapting?

Apr 17, 2020

In the second hour of our special on how N.H. students are adjusting to distance learning during stay-at-home orders, we focus on higher education.  College students, professors, and administrators (not to mention parents) are learning to cope with remote learning, but what is lost without campus life? We discuss academics challenges and look at plans for commencement and summer programs as well as the prospects for Fall. 

Airdate: Monday, April 20, 2020 from 10-11am


GUESTS:

  • Dr. Charles Lloyd - President, White Mountains Community College.
  • Dr. Robin DeRosa - Director, Open Learning & Teaching Collaborative at Plymouth State University.
  • Allie Reyes - UNH freshman.
  • Dr. Susan Steubner - Colby-Sawyer College President and Professor of Social Sciences and Education.

 

Officials in higher education in Massachusetts hope to welcome students back on campus in late August, but they say much will depend on the public health outlook.

 

In Vermont, the state system chancellor will recommend closing three campuses.