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DePaul students share concerns about switch to online learning

DePaul students share concerns about switch to online learning

Keira Wingate and Cailey Gleeson

March 12, 2020

As DePaul University plans to transition Spring Quarter classes to online, some students share concerns about their abilities to focus in virtual classroom settings. While many factors play into which environment is better for learning and for whom, the rapid switch to online is giving students an un...

OPINION: Without proper disability services, education becomes a barrier rather than an opportunity

OPINION: Without proper disability services, education becomes a barrier rather than an opportunity

Isabelle Garreaud, Contributing Writer

January 20, 2020

Starting college is a daunting adventure of meeting new people, learning new material in classes, and overall, figuring out your future. But for students with disabilities, there is an added worry of being properly accommodated so they can learn just like their other classmates. Imagine in every college class you took, you...

DePaul Center for Students with Disabilities director appointed to committee in Illinois Board of Higher Education

DePaul Center for Students with Disabilities director appointed to committee in Illinois Board of Higher Education

Nicholas Moreano, Contributing Writer

November 11, 2019

The Director of the Center for Students with Disabilities (CSD) knows he can never get too comfortable in his line of work. “The great thing, though, about disability services and working in this field [is that] you can never think that you know it all,” director Gregory Moorehead said. “Beca...

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