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Podcast: How Oregon State Uses Tech and Ingenuity to Engage Physics Students Remotely

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How Oregon State Uses Tech and Ingenuity to Engage Physics Students Remotely

KC Walsh

KC Walsh

Last fall, Oregon State University launched an Ecampus online program for its introductory physics courses, with an emphasis on collaborative, hands-on learning. Their innovative course design has paid off: At a time when many colleges and universities are struggling to rethink the sciences — and particularly science labs — for remote learning, OSU is engaging its online physics students with technology, open educational resources, take-home lab kits and more.

David Craig

David Craig

For this episode of the podcast, I talked with OSU Senior Physics Instructor KC Walsh and Associate Department Head David Craig, about their approach.

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About the author: Rhea Kelly is executive editor for Campus Technology. She can be reached at [email protected].

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