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During COVID-19, universities are reducing the requirements for standardized tests. The University of California plans to stop using SAT / ACT scores by 2025. Many schools argue that standardized tests harm underserved candidates. Last week, the University of California (UC) system announced plans to remove SAT and ACT, the two most widely used standardized entrance exams in the United States, from their application requirements. Like many universities across the country, the UC system, which includes UCLA and UC Berkeley, has decided to remove the review requirement by fall 2020 to accommodate applicants whose exams have been canceled due to COVID…

The challenges facing universities include changing student demographics and high enrollment rates.COVID-19 has reduced existing university barriers such as the low enrollment rate. Futurists argue that integrating technology and education can improve learning outcomes. According to experts, online courses can become an integral part of universities. The demands for transformation, reform, and disruption of higher education are not new. Admission scandals, rising tuition fees, accessibility issues, student homelessness, and the digital divide in education are just a few of the issues that have attracted attention in recent years. In recent months, the severity of these problems has put even more…

With locations closed during the Coronavirus epidemic, students aren't the only ones experiencing a learning curve with online education. Many of your teachers are as new to online education as they are to online learning. According to a new survey of university administrators by an association of digital learning organizations, 97% said they "used teachers with no online teaching experience for some of their courses". The study also found that "even experienced online instructors have to adapt on the fly." In the rapid transition from campus to distance education in response to COVID-19, most teachers had approximately one week to…

When students start their first online courses, many myths need to be addressed. For example, many students assume that they work mostly alone to submit class assignments. When they discover a group project on the show, they are often surprised. Group work is just one way for course designers and instructors to ensure that the learning experience meets the quality standards of online education, especially the active learning standards. and interaction with students. Group tasks can be prepared for post-graduate jobs when teamwork is often essential to success. With collaborative tasks, you can not only get to know your classmates…

In the spring, career centers are an important source of support for students preparing for a diploma or summer internship. With the economic situation uncertain, these services are more important than ever, but the way students access them will change. Due to the epidemic of the coronavirus, we have already closed the campus for several months. Due to the potential for additional closings in summer and fall, university career centers are shifting from personal services to online services. Lakeisha Mathews, Director of the Internship and Internship Center at the University of Baltimore, says the impact of the pandemic has been…