Many of our class and study routines have been disrupted with the recent transition to remote learning. If you're finding it challenging to stay motivated right now, you're not alone. Here are some tips to help you get things done and succeed in your classes.
CU Boulder has officially transitioned to online learning as of Monday, March 16. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the changes in course structure, you’re not alone. Here are some tips to help you succeed in your online classes.
Working from home has become a temporary new normal for many graduate students. It can be challenging to adapt to a new remote work environment. Here are some tips to help you through the adjustment process.
Your computer is now a portal to the North Pole. Explore one of the most remote, mysterious regions on Earth from the comfort of your home with a new massive open online course: short lectures, stunning footage and more.
To ensure students have access to the materials they need to succeed in their courses, the CU Book Store is launching VitalSource Helps, a program that provides access to ebooks to all CU Boulder students through May 25.
Faculty and staff are invited to complete a course proposal for the university's Grand Challenge space minor. Proposals are due by noon on March 13, after which time several will be selected for funding.