As hundreds of courses go online this week, the university community is embracing a brave new world – one that would not have been possible without a spirit of flexibility, collaboration and resilience across campus, Western e-learning experts say.
With Western course going online this week, eLearing experts offered the following advice to faculty and students looking to make the most of this unprecedented moment.
Empty shelves once filled with rolls and rolls of toilet paper. It is one of the more enduring – and strange – images of the COVID-19 crisis in Canada. But scenes like these are not uncommon in times of stress as they are all products of the often irrational consumer mind, according to a Western Consumer Behaviour expert.
A volunteer group of Western students has set up a grocery shop-and-delivery service for Londoners who have self-quarantined or are at high risk of COVID-19 infection.
Western President Alan Shepard released the following statement today on the university’s response to the evolving COVID-19 situation. * * * Colleagues, The health and safety of our campus community is always my top priority. I am writing to provide an important...
Two Western research teams have been named key players in an accelerated national effort to understand and control the spread of COVID-19.
As the death toll from coronavirus tops 2,600, the global community continues to grapple with urgent medical questions. But the health crisis has spawned an equally pressing ethical debate.