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Superstar Support: Academic Staff Take on Crucial Roles in Otis College’s Transition Online

This is the third story in a series about how Otis College’s department chairs, instructors, support staff, and academic leadership are preparing for the remainder of the spring 2020 semester to be conducted online, out of health and safety concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Otis College Instructors Find Unexpected Benefits in Move to Online Classes

This is the second story in a series about how Otis College’s department chairs, instructors, support staff, and academic leadership are preparing for the remainder of the spring 2020 semester to be conducted online, out of health and safety concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic. To read the first story, about some of the ideas instructors are planning, click here 

As Otis College Classes Go Online, Instructors Are Developing Innovative Ways to Teach

When Governor Gavin Newsom enacted stay at home restrictions across the state of California last week, we were suddenly living a new reality. Concern for our own health and safety and that of our loved ones during this COVID-19 pandemic is top of mind for everyone. But a close second is how we will adapt to life in this time of social distancing.

Otis College Closes Campus, Suspends In-Person Classes, and Moves to Online Learning

Update: As of 11:00 p.m. March 16, the Otis College campus is closing with allowances for move-out plans. Read more below, and see the March 16 Letter to the Community on the COVID-19 Response Hub, for more information.