Curtin University plans to ditch in-person lectures and exams, even after coronavirus pandemic ends

Curtin University plans to ditch in-person lectures and exams, even after coronavirus pandemic ends

A draft proposal by Western Australia's Curtin University would see all face-to-face lectures scrapped and replaced by three 15-minute videos a week by the end of next year, with the university citing student expectations as part of the impetus for the change.

Western Australia's Curtin University plans to abolish all face-to-face lectures and replace them with three 15-minute videos a week by the end of next year. Key points:

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