Coronavirus forces the The Hebrew University online only

March 15, 2020 by J-Wire Newsdesk
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The Hebrew University of Jerusalem will delay the opening of the spring semester by one week to prepare for remote-learning options.

The new semester, originally scheduled for today, will instead begin on Sunday, March 22, 2020.   All classes will be taught online only, and students will tune in via remote-learning options, such as Zoom.

All campus libraries, research lab and administrative offices will remain open, as usual, and exams scheduled for the week of March 15-19 week will take place, as scheduled.

Hebrew University remains in close contact with Israel’s Health and Education Ministries and will continue to provide students, faculty members and administration with up-to-date information, as warranted.

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