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AUC Faculty Virtual Services: News Sources

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From Managing Editors, The Chronicle of Higher Education

As an alarming new coronavirus spreads, higher education has borne the brunt of its global and local impact. Colleges and universities are facing difficult, often excruciating decisions: Will we close our campus? If so, what happens to students with nowhere to go? How can we move a full catalog of courses online? How to plan for an ever-more-uncertain future?

To answer those questions, everyone on and around your campus needs to be thoroughly informed about the situation on the ground. That’s where we come in. Our mission, at a time of crisis and confusion, is to show you the full picture of how higher ed is affected — and how it’s responding. We’re committed to providing the information and analysis you need, in the moment.

As the crisis deepens, The Chronicle is providing free access to our breaking-news updates.

We invite you to explore our complete coverage of the coronavirus, including other tools and resources you might find useful:

This is a critical moment, and we’ll keep working to make sure you get the information you need to respond effectively.

How can we help? Let us know.


Evan Goldstein and Brock Read
Managing Editors
The Chronicle of Higher Education
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