Free Webinar to Help Educators Move Classes Online Due to Coronavirus

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Stukent partners with experienced online educators to help instructors transition courses online

In the wake of schools closing and classes moving online due to the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Stukent is hosting a free webinar on Thursday, March 19, at 12 p.m. EDT to assist instructors transitioning to teaching online.

The webinar, “How to Transition Your Course to Online,” will feature a panel of expert online university instructors: Stacy Smollin Schwartz of Rutgers University, Mary Owusu of Canisius College, Ryan Russell of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, and Karen Freberg of the University of Louisville. The panelists will discuss tactics for moving courses online, strategies for student engagement, and more.

Instructors can register for the webinar by visiting Anyone who is unable to attend the webinar is still welcome to register. A recording will be sent out to all registrants immediately following the event.

“As director of an online digital marketing program, I have learned that effective online teaching means more than just learning how to use the technology platforms provided by our school,” said Smollin Schwartz. “It’s also about adapting our teaching methods, style, and coursework for optimal online delivery.”

For more information on “How to Transition Your Course to Online” and to learn more about Stukent, Inc., visit or contact Nikki Hernandez at

Stukent, Inc. is a digital courseware provider in the high school and higher education space. Stukent’s mission is to help educators help students help the world; it achieves this by developing and providing first-in-the-world courseware in the form of real-world simulations, up-to-date digital textbooks, video lectures from industry experts, and more.

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