Ohio State marching band makes virtual performance during pandemic
Sixty-one band members recorded audio and video performing the “Buckeye Battle Cry,” an effort "to make people happy" during a time of social distancing.
San Diego State moves community mental health clinic online
In addition to shifting to online classes, the university also moved its counseling program to a virtual environment during the coronavirus pandemic.
Students at UNC are attending class through virtual reality headsets
For 28 students taking associate professor Steven King's "emerging technologies" class, attending class virtually has taken on a new meaning.
Universities are 3D-printing face shields for hospitals amid shortage
Amid a shortage of critical medical supplies, university professors and staff are pooling their knowledge of 3D printing to make equipment to protect health care workers.
Esri offers students free access to mapping platform, tutorials
The software company best known for its geographic information system software is offering free access to some of its online tools and resources during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
University graduation ceremonies are going virtual during the pandemic
Purdue University and several other colleges are moving their ceremonies to virtual formats during a time when large gatherings have become verboten.
For COVID-19 patients who can't speak, Ohio State has tools
Speech-language experts have developed a suite of free, online tools to assist health care workers amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Edtech companies offer free tools to colleges affected by COVID-19
Hundreds of universities have now moved classes online, and edtech companies are stepping up to help institutions make the transition.
As coronavirus spreads, college's 'Keep Teaching' site has revival
A website created by Indiana University's IT department in 2009 is again providing distance-learning resources for university faculty around the globe.