One Area College Going Digital Due To Coronavirus
While countries around the world are canceling events to help stop the spread of the Coronavirus, one college here in Western New York is going all digital for their students.
WIVB is reporting that D'Youville will switch all classroom activities to online instruction to help prevent the spread of the virus.
Starting March 18, all classroom-based instructions for grads and undergrads at D’Youville College will move to digital platforms to stem the spread of coronavirus.
A spokesperson for the college says they will re-evaluate the situation on March 30.
The campus will remain open, and laboratory and simulation-based instruction will continue on campus as usual.
No cases of the Coronavirus have been reported on campus and several other local colleges are also considering the move to online learning.
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