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The Big Story: March 30, 2020

Michael Hammock, an assistant teaching professor of economics, taught his class via YouTube in the vacant lecture hall that holds 500 students. (FSU Photography Services/Bruce Palmer)
Michael Hammock, an assistant teaching professor of economics, taught his class via YouTube in the vacant lecture hall that holds 500 students. (FSU Photography Services/Bruce Palmer)

Florida State University began a new chapter in its history Monday, March 23, as the entire campus moved to remote learning in response to the COVID-19 global pandemic. Administrators, faculty and staff across campus rose to the challenge of transitioning about 42,000 students and more than 3,000 faculty and instructors into this new era of remote learning in just two weeks.

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