The Zoom Dilemma: as some classes continue to have Zoom options, students grapple with whether to attend in person - ALEX YE & OLIVIA LOMBARDO, Yale Daily

Some large lecture classes, such as “Introduction to Psychology” and “Introductory Microeconomics,” now give students the option to attend class over Zoom or watch recordings typically posted on Canvas. According to the Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning at Yale, professors have the option to post “lecture captures” on Canvas which include video, screen capture and audio of the instructor simultaneously. But some professors who have chosen to record their lectures have experienced a shift in student engagement. Moreover, while some students have voiced their support for recorded lectures and Zoom classes, others have shared their preference for the traditional in-person classroom setting.

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