At the University of Portland, we will definitely continue to offer remote tutoring. We have been all online for a year and have learned new and valuable skills related to online tutoring and PAL groups. We will start offering students the choice between
online and F2F when we can. In addition to wanting to continue learning about and improving online learning and tutoring, we believe in our Learning Commons that online services support access and flexibility. Given what we've experienced during the pandemic,
we also value creating a resilient organization. Additionally offering services in dual modes will likely increase utilization. I'm eager to see how students and peer educators respond and vote with their feet/devices.
I look forward to hearing from other colleagues.
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For folks who imagine that their campuses will be back in person in the fall–especially those at smaller colleges with the majority of students on campus–I am curious to hear if you are planning to continue providing access to remote tutoring. This is
something that I am currently weighing for our drop-in center, and would love to know what others are thinking.
Thanks in advance for sharing.
Luke Tunstall, Ph.D. (he/him/his)
Coates Library 308E
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