Brock to extend its online learning for another semester
Brock University has decided to keep most of its classes online throughout the winter term.
The only exceptions will be a limited number of courses which have no online alternative.
The school says, as is the case this term, only a few hundred students are taking courses on campus at any given time.
As a result of the decision, Brock officials say the current timetable for the winter term will be reviewed.
A revised timetable should be available in November.
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