Engineering professors don’t miss a beat during remote learning
“Students in Engineering 311: Control Systems and Instrumentation, are used to hands-on activities such as building circuits and sensors and using their lab bench equipment.
So when Wake Forest University moved to remote instruction for the remainder of the spring semester because of the COVID-19 pandemic, professors Erin Henslee and Kyle Luthy knew it was critical to devise ways to keep them engaged.”
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