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University of Wyoming Spring Semester to be In-Person, Online Instruction Hybrid | KRVN Radio

University of Wyoming Spring Semester to be In-Person, Online Instruction Hybrid

University of Wyoming Spring Semester to be In-Person, Online Instruction Hybrid
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The University of Wyoming’s proposed spring 2021 semester would be a hybrid model under a draft plan being presented to the UW Board of Trustees Wednesday.

The semester would begin with two days of online-only instruction Thursday and Friday, Jan. 21-22, then include 10 weeks of in-person instruction, a three-day spring break and five weeks of fully online classes to conclude the term.

University officials say the draft plan represents the university’s best effort to deliver as much of an on-campus experience as possible amid the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.

The Board of Trustees is scheduled to discuss the proposal during Wednesday morning’s regular teleconference meeting, and then vote on the plan during a special meeting Dec. 16.

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