online learning

Academic Services Center addresses online learning needs

Randolph’s Academic Services Center is offering all of its usual services this semester, with some added elements to address online learning needs.... READ MORE >>

Hitting a new note: Randolph music faculty expand online instruction for students

Emily Chua playing piano in Wimberly Recital Hall at Randolph

As the fall semester begins, Randolph College professors are working to keep the music alive for students, thanks to lessons learned last spring.... READ MORE >>

Biology lab kits offer students a unique online learning experience

Biology lab technician Sara Harper and visiting biology professor Erin Heller put together lab kits for students taking Heller's zoology course this fall.

Students enrolled in visiting biology professor Erin Heller’s zoology course will be receiving dissection lab kits in the coming days, in preparation for the start of the fall semester next week.... READ MORE >>

Yale University using Randolph professor's videos for Greek instruction

Classics professor Amy Cohen, the Catherine Ehrman Thoresen `23 and William E. Thoresen Chair of Speech and Theatre.

There are a limited number of textbooks used in Greek instruction, so Randolph professor Amy Cohen wasn’t surprised when her alma mater, Yale University, came knocking this spring.... READ MORE >>

10 tips to preserve your sanity while keeping up with school work during quarantine

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Randolph education professor working with new group to facilitate online instruction

The Online Learning Collective started as a Facebook group for faculty all over the country as they transitioned to online learning for the rest of the 2020 semester.... READ MORE >>

Randolph College to move to online learning for the remainder of the semester and postpone Commencement

The following message was sent to students and families on March 19 about the College’s decision to move to online learning for the remainder of the semester and the postponement of Commencement.   Dear Students and Families, This is not the email I wanted to write to you this week—or any week for that matter.... READ MORE >>

Randolph College to switch to online learning beginning March 23 until April 3

The following message was sent to Randolph students on March 15 from President Bradley W. Bateman regarding the decision to transition to online learning in the wake of the increased spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) across the United States. Dear Randolph students, When I wrote last Tuesday to announce that spring break was being extended... READ MORE >>