How Colleges Can Spring Forward
Reopening colleges and universities for in-person instruction last fall was a gamble. Some institutions failed spectacularly, with large outbreaks forcing a prompt return to remote learning. But many kept case numbers low and their communities intact -- our own, Hamilton College and Cornell University, included. The experience offers a road map for the spring semester. Here are five lessons we learned from the fall.
Originally published: January 11, 2021
Author: David Wippman
Institution: Hamilton College
Published by: Inside Higher Ed