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Lecturing at home

June 17, 2020

Jacob White, professor of electrical engineering and computer science, was invited by Dean of Digital Learning Krisha Rajagopal to share the details of his teaching-from-home set up with the Academic Continuity Working Group. In this short video during one of the ACWG's 8 a.m. calls, he walks through how he devised a makeshift lecture hall in his house to teach his class in feedback system design.

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