Cambridge University puts courses online until summer 2021
The world of education has suffered at the hands of COVID-19 along with many other industries. After months of lockdown, one of the world's most reputable universities, Cambridge University, made a groundbreaking announcement about its courses going online. According to Stephen J. Toope, vice chancellor of Cambridge University, large lecture courses will be put online to ensure student safety. However, he believes students will still enjoy the Cambridge experience they're looking for thanks to small group teaching and hands-on labs.