ASU tests video-conferencing classes if coronavirus keeps students away

ASU tests video-conferencing classes if coronavirus keeps students away

Arizona State University, one of the largest universities in the nation, is testing a popular video-conferencing service for classes if the coronavirus outbreak keeps students away from campus.

Last week, the university held 170 classes with 7,000 students using Zoom video conferencing, according to Katie Paquet, vice president for media relations and strategic communications.

Faculty members are providing feedback and there will be more testing after this week’s spring break, Paquet said in an email response to 12 News’ questions. She said there’s no set date for a switch to remote teaching.

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