Xổ số miền bắc hôm nayCreating a 24/7 learning environment has been a University priority for a decade. The arrival of COVID-19 in March only accelerated our pace, and we continue to examine how best to deliver rich, satisfying, and diverse academic experiences online.
Here’s how we’re thinking big for fall:
Xổ số miền bắc hôm nayWe know that no two students learn in exactly the same way. Virtual learning addresses different learning styles and:
Online learning offers you the same course content while preparing you for a world where your ability to pivot and work independently will be in high demand. Nursing major Emily Folan ’22 believes it has helped her become a better student and thinker. “Online learning develops your independence, work ethic, and time-management skills.”
Journalism major Theresa Brown ’21 says pivoting to an online format for her journalism class last spring showed her how the pros do it.
“I was doing what I saw famous journalists like Anderson Cooper doing,” Brown says. “For the first time, it felt like I was out in the real world, getting to do what I’ve wished for for so long.”
Xổ số miền bắc hôm nayOnline/blended courses are designed to enhance your academic experience. What you’ll see this year:
Xổ số miền bắc hôm nayResearch says blended/online learning has a positive impact on efficiency, convenience, and learning styles. The benefits:
Xổ số miền bắc hôm nayMonifa Akowe Halsey ’22, a student and content strategist who works in URI’s Office of Community, Equity and Diversity, says blended learning enables her to manage a packed work schedule. “I really like remote learning because it’s like, Okay, I can do it at my leisure, at my flexibility. I’m not as pressed to do it on someone else’s time,” Halsey says.
Technology-enriched learning is not new to URI faculty. In fact:
Xổ số miền bắc hôm nayYour URI experience goes beyond the classroom, and we know it’s more important than ever for you to find your people. What we have planned:
URI students are resilient, says Mollie Melnick ’23, political science major. “Things might look different than what you’re used to, but you have to just kind of move with what’s happening and understand that this isn’t permanent,” Melnick says. “It’s a little scary, but we’re all gonna get through it together.
“And that’s the most important thing.”