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Collaboration Transcending Crisis (Inside Higher Ed)

"Students who are considering in a career in the humanities face a significant hurdle today in their pathways to those fields. For many interested students, their only exposure to humanities disciplines is through coursework or an independent study, typically in the confines of a mentor’s office. While enriching, such experiences do not always expose students to the full range of possibilities within humanistic research."—Source: Inside Higher Ed

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WHY THIS MATTERS:

Collaboration can be an important tool for learning in the best of times, but this is still true when there is a crisis. Read how long distance collaboration can boost student learning, even during a global pandemic.