BGSU Department of Computer Science Notices
“BGSU Department of Computer Science Notices.” BGSU COVID-19 Stories. BGSU University Libraries, 20 May 2020, lib.bgsu.edu/COVID19stories/items/show/597. Accessed 31 May 2020.
|Title||BGSU Department of Computer Science Notices|
|Description||Notices posted at the BGSU Department of Computer Science. |
I found my computer science professor transitioned their course very smoothly to distance learning compared to my classes in other subjects, since many of the professors here had been posting their lectures, presentations, and even some labs online long before COVID-19 hit us.
To be frank, teaching professors with lecture format classes should have been doing this for a decade now. It's not the bad old days of the 2000's with weird proprietary formats anymore, and It's good for students to be able to go back and review previous lectures. Besides, the way sick students were treated before COVID-19 was bullheaded - punishing students by hurting their grades for staying home sick is a bad policy, especially if there is no test or exam that day. Does anyone else remember the seasonal sniffles that spread through campus every semester? I can’t count the number of times some of my non traditional student friends had to skip class to take care of their family or sudden work obligations. Basic course material should be made available online through the learning management system or a public website.
Apologies for the rant.
|Date||May 18, 2020|
|Place||Hayes Hall second floor, Bowling Green, Ohio|
|Text||To assist with readability and accessibility, below is a human made transcription of what is printed on the posted material, with minimal modifications made for formatting purposes.|
Please only enter if you
or a package.
CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF
BOWLING GREEN STATE UNIVERSITY
In order to take precaution due to COVID-19 and
follow BGSU recommendations, the BGSU
Department of Computer Science:
1. Will be closed, with limited hours for accepting mail
2. If you are entering our department please practice social
• Social distancing mens putting space between
yourself and others, at least 6 feet.
• Take extra measures to put distance between
yourself and other people to further reduce your risk
of being exposed to this new virus.
3. If you would like to contact the Department of Computer
Science, you are encouraged to do so:
• Call 419-372-2337 or email Christina Guinsler, CS
Sr. Secretary, at email@example.com
Computing is leading
Technology and innovation
THIS IS WHERE IT STARTS.
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