Is CSU ready for online learning? Watch our interview with Chancellor Tim White

Are you a college student whose semester has been turned upside down by the pandemic? Are you a professor who is getting acclimated to teaching your students via video conference?

CalMatters College Journalism Network Editor Felicia Mello and fellow Aidan McGloin moderated a conversation with California State University Chancellor Tim White on April 2 to discuss how CSU is transitioning to online learning and address questions students, families, administrators and educators have about this new reality.

We’re continuing to follow up on questions from our readers about how colleges are adjusting to the coronavirus era. If you have a question you’d like our reporters to answer, you can submit it on the form below.

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