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In the Media | 02.24.22

Nathan Hall Shares the Technology that Helped Balance His Work in The Pandemic

When COVID-19 hit, higher institutions around the world needed quick solutions to make class and office hours accessible to students. Adler Vancouver professor, Nathan Hall, M.A., shares with EdSurge the technology that helped him shift to virtual teaching while working at two different institutions.

Hall, who also teaches at teaches at Douglas College, was having trouble juggling two separate email accounts and online calendars. Through research, he was able to find technology that merged his calendars and optimized his work schedule. For adjunct professors like Hall, digital calendar management tools allow them to keep serving their students no matter where they’re located.

Read more about Nathan Hall and the technology educators are using today here.

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