A memo from the Provost of WWU to the teaching staff announced today that classes for the fall session will be “predominantly online or remote” except for “face-to-face delivery for experiential and research teaching/learning” that cannot be done otherwise. In any event, the memo indicated that such face-to-face teaching would be very limited.
Additional information with details will be forthcoming from WWU President Randhawa on Friday, the 30th of July.
This action closely follows a similar announcement to go all online that the Washington State University at Pullman made about a week ago. I reported on that as an update to my piece “Open The WWU Campus In September? What Then The Toll?”
All for the better.
This will save lives.