I would love to know more about how you are doing this in safe ways. I can see the need for this kind of plan for our college, too.
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Our college is working to provide distance learning classroom for synchronous sessions ( that would be scheduled and in our course offerings) at our area libraries and community centers.
I wanted to send this out and ask the group if any institutions are currently doing this and if they would email me (directly if fine) any information, tips, or "would do differently" ideas.
It's an exciting idea and needed in our rural area.
Thanks is advance for information you are willing to share.
Ann H. Reinecke
Director of the Library and Academic Support
Wye Mills, MD 21679
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