SOURCE: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
“I would like to be at a place where my administration cares about my health, my basic fundamental health, and is not willing to put my life at risk for a Board of Regents political policy,” historian Dan Immergluck said.
SOURCE: Perspectives on History
by Walter L. Buenger
Online teaching is indeed twice the work, especially for a first-timer.
SOURCE: American Historical Association
Here, historians who have resources useful for remote teaching can share them, and those racing to adapt courses can search for materials instead of working from scratch.
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