UNC professors share the biggest challenges they face this remote semester


The switch to remote learning has presented innumerable challenges for UNC students, but on the other side of the Zoom screen, professors are also struggling with new sets of difficulties while teaching remotely. Professors have said they’ve encountered several obstacles, from keeping their students engaged to resolving technology issues this semester. (Daily Tar Heel)

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UNC professors share the biggest challenges they face this remote semester


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