Students Reflect on Distance Learning and Prepare for Summer in Lockdown

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BARUCH COLLEGE — For some students, online learning has brought them new challenges as well as an appreciation for their on-campus courses.

It’s been nearly two months in isolation since CUNY schools cancelled in-person classes on March 12 and moved to distance learning as the severity of the coronavirus quickly grew in New York City. Students and professors had to adapt to asynchronous learning and class sessions held through Zoom in a matter of days.

Now, after more than 50 days of online learning and the end of the Spring 2020 semester quickly approaching, Baruch College students are reflecting on this semester and those to come.