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What will hands-on learning look like this fall?

The shift to working and learning remotely presents a huge challenge for researchers and instructors — and it raises a lot of questions for students.

Some activities will be held on campus once it’s safe to do so, but what could hands on remote learning look like?

Behind the scenes in every field, professors are collaborating to identify new tools to teach their discipline remotely. They’re sharing best practices and adapting courses to make remote learning effective and engaging for students.

We’re working hard to get courses ready to launch in September. Here’s what we know so far.

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