Posts tagged: Zoom - Diverse


Study: Pre-Recorded Videos Prove More Effective for Student Learning Than In-Person Instruction

by | February 26, 2021 Pre-recorded videos usually lead to improved student learning, according to a recent study publ Read more

Panel to Focus on Disproportionate Black Youth School Suspensions

by | February 1, 2021
A presentation and panel addressing disproportionate school suspensions of Black children and y [...] Read more

NYU’s LEARN Highlights Results from “College in the Time of Corona” Survey

by | October 2, 2020
During a virtual discussion Sep. 30, New York University’s (NYU) Learning Analytics Research [...] Read more

Erasing Hate: Advocates Combat Anti-Asian Bias Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

by | May 14, 2020
Since the coronavirus crisis began in Wuhan, China, Asian and Asian American students have face [...] Read more

Racial Slurs Disrupt Oklahoma City University’s Virtual Graduation Event

| May 11, 2020
Racial slurs disrupted Oklahoma City University’s virtual graduation event on Saturday, repor [...] Read more

Three Considerations Concerning Art in Troubled Times

by Patrice Rankine | May 6, 2020
Art is therapy for our hurting souls. Art appeals to all that is real, ideal and sublime, the w [...] Read more

‘Spirit-Murdering’ Comes to Zoom: Racist Attacks Plague Online Learning

by | April 1, 2020
Now termed “Zoombombing,” the number of racist and vitriolic attacks on the video conferenc [...] Read more

Uncharted Waters: The Top 5 Tips for Transitioning to Remote Learning

by Heather Russell | March 26, 2020
This week may mark your first time remote teaching. Maybe your institution remains on spring br [...] Read more

Online Classes at USC Disrupted With ‘Racist and Vile Language’ Through ‘Zoombombing’

| March 25, 2020
Online classes at the University of Southern California (USC) were disrupted by people using [...] Read more