The Daily Aztec

SDSU pauses in-person instruction until spring

SDSU pauses in-person instruction until spring

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Editor in Chief // November 18, 2020

On the same day that San Diego County reported 718 new cases of COVID-19, San Diego State announced that its remaining in-person courses would transition...

Continue Reading
Distance learning presents students with a number of disadvantages

Distance learning presents students with a number of disadvantages

by Shalika Oza, Staff Writer // October 2, 2020

With San Diego State scaling back operations this March – stopping all but essential research and transitioning the majority of classes online – due...

Continue Reading
Due to the coronavirus pandemic San Diego State has transitioned to primarily online instruction using Zoom, Canvas and Blackboard.

SDSU online classes disrupted by Zoom, Canvas outage

by Katelynn Robinson, Assistant News Editor // September 28, 2020

While power outages and broken water mains have cancelled classes in the past, San Diego State faced a different type of outage, the impacts of which were...

Continue Reading
Los Servicios de Consejería y Psicología ofrecen recursos de salud mental en línea y por teléfono, mientras que las clases siguen siendo virtuales.

How to manage your mental health while taking online classes

by Kiana Sujishi, Contributor // September 14, 2020

Due to concerns over COVID-19, San Diego State is providing a majority of its instruction online for the fall semester. For many, the transition from in-person...

Continue Reading
Two weeks and 64 cases later, San Diego State pauses in-person instruction

Two weeks and 64 cases later, San Diego State pauses in-person instruction

by Jadyn Brandt, News Editor // September 2, 2020

Two weeks and 64 confirmed and positive coronavirus cases into the semester, San Diego State has placed a four-week moratorium on in-person instruction,...

Continue Reading
SDSU ofrece cambio de cursos crédito/sin crédito durante la pandemia

SDSU ofrece cambio de cursos crédito/sin crédito durante la pandemia

by Diane López, Asist. de Mundo Azteca // April 27, 2020

Estudiantes inscritos en cursos durante el semestre de primavera 2020 tendrán la opción de calificación crédito/sin crédito. La Universidad Estatal...

Continue Reading
Opinion: Online classes are not effective in educating students

Opinion: Online classes are not effective in educating students

by Catherine Van Weele, Opinion Editor // February 5, 2020

Online classes began to be popularized just a few decades ago. They are advertised as a way for adults to finish their education and students to learn...

Continue Reading
College of Extended Studies changes name to better reflect university vision

College of Extended Studies changes name to better reflect university vision

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Engagement Editor // December 18, 2019

San Diego State's College of Extended Studies has a new name, joining a host of other campus departments that have undergone a strategic rebrand.  SDSU...

Continue Reading
Ventajas de tomar clases online

Ventajas de tomar clases online

by Monserrat Torres, Escritora // April 26, 2017

Cursar materias online ayuda a que la cursada se ajuste a las necesidades de cada estudiante, pero para muchos, implica poder aprender desde la comodidad...

Continue Reading
Online classes can't replace traditional learning

Online classes can’t replace traditional learning

by Simon Shieh // March 24, 2014

MOOC stands for “Massive Open Online Course,” which is exactly what the program is. More specifically, they’re online courses created by professors...

Continue Reading

Tech startup improves online learning

by Chet Galloway // December 7, 2011

No matter what the contradictions are about online classes, it is true they are becoming more widespread and the technology is improving. Students in...

Continue Reading
Load more stories