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Md. universities deal with challenges in move to remote learning

Morgan State University, one of the plaintiffs in the HBCU lawsuit against the state of Maryland. (The Daily Record/File Photo)

Maryland universities say they have adapted relatively quickly to their new remote learning reality, but some hiccups remain and distance learning is unlikely to become prevalent in normal circumstances. Administrators anticipated that technology issues for faculty and students may be ...

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Md. universities prepare for ‘adventure’ of online learning

The R. Lee Hornbake Library at University of Maryland, College Park. (The Daily Record / Tim Curtis)

College students in Maryland had planned to return from spring break Monday for the final months of the spring semester. Instead, while classes will resume for many students, those classes will happen virtually — online — while campuses sit empty. Maryland ...

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USM universities go to online learning, no in-person graduations

11.16.12- BALTIMORE,  MD-Jay Perman- Newsmaker out of the office, University of Maryland, College Park, President Wallace Loh and University of Maryland Baltimore President Jay Perman have agreed to do a joint Maryland Newsmaker interview with The Daily Record
 (Maximilian Franz/The Daily Record)

The University System of Maryland, which includes most of the state’s public universities, will move all undergraduate learning online for the rest of the spring semester, Chancellor Jay Perman announced during a special Board of Regents meeting Thursday. The universities ...

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Md. universities cancel classes, plan to teach online after spring break

11.16.12- BALTIMORE,  MD-Jay Perman- Newsmaker out of the office, University of Maryland, College Park, President Wallace Loh and University of Maryland Baltimore President Jay Perman have agreed to do a joint Maryland Newsmaker interview with The Daily Record
 (Maximilian Franz/The Daily Record)

Universities across Maryland have canceled classes in advance of their spring break next week to shift to online classes when students return, part of their ongoing efforts to respond to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 epidemic. Classes have been canceled this ...

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USM prepares for online classes and hospitals adopt new visitor policies

Dr. Jay Perman speaks Oct. 21 at the Greater Baltimore Committee’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion summit. (The Daily Record / Tim Curtis)

Public universities in Maryland canceled classes and will prepare to shift to online classes following spring break and Maryland hospitals made changes to their visitor policies and schools canceled field trips Tuesday as the state’s institutions continued to respond to ...

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Letter: Time to shed some sunlight on the judiciary

David A. Plymyer

To the Editors: Regarding “Editorial Advisory Board: Reject the Judicial Transparency Act” (Feb. 24, 2020): The opposition of The Daily Record’s Editorial Advisory Board to the so-called Judicial Transparency Act proposed by Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan faithfully reflects the customary attitude of ...

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Perman to start at USM next month; Jarrell named interim at UMB

11.16.12- BALTIMORE,  MD-Jay Perman- Newsmaker out of the office, University of Maryland, College Park, President Wallace Loh and University of Maryland Baltimore President Jay Perman have agreed to do a joint Maryland Newsmaker interview with The Daily Record
 (Maximilian Franz/The Daily Record)

Jay Perman will take over as chancellor of the University System of Maryland on Jan. 6, in time for the start of the next legislative session, the system announced Friday. To replace Perman as the president of the University of ...

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Letter from Linda Gooden: USM conducted extensive search

Linda Gooden

To the Editors: Regarding “Perman praised, but USM search leaves questions for troubled system” (Nov. 11, 2019): I was surprised and disappointed to read the story in The Daily Record regarding the selection of University of Maryland, Baltimore President Jay Perman ...

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