The Influence of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Extracurricular Involvement and College Fulfillment of Emory University Students | Nicole Felix-Tovar

Abstract  This research aimed to explore how the COVID-19 pandemic affected the extracurricular involvement and college fulfillment of Emory University undergraduate students. Using the methodological approach of ethnography, I interviewed five students about their experiences pre-pandemic in which they positively associate the social and personal development aspects of being involved with college fulfillment. I found …

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A Perfect Storm: Digital Inequality, Conflict, and Online Learning | Anna Bussler

While the height of the initial COVID-19 pandemic left all areas of Georgia scrambling for solutions as everything closed down, schools were hit especially hard during the rough transitions from in-person learning, to online-only, and then to hybrid options. In some areas of Georgia, especially in more rural communities, these difficulties were exacerbated by conflict …

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