Introducing a new approach to support
Lindsay Green from Marymount Manhattan College will be discussing the Covid challenges students and departments are facing and how you can adapt your approach.3 min readPublished: 15 Jan 2021
Through her dual role as assistant director and grad student, Lindsay offers an interesting and timely perspective on supporting students both in and out of the classroom. Here’s a quick introduction to Lindsay and the topics she’ll be discussing in her upcoming blogs.
How does your research interact with your work?
You advocate a 'whole-person' approach to student support. How do you build this into your role at Marymount Manhattan?
What impact has Covid-19 had on your students?
If you had one main takeaway from 2020, what would it be?
How important do you think note taking support is for learning?
What attracted you to Glean?
Time for a simpler, smarter note taking accommodation?
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