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The transition to online learning: My experience.

From teaching to library resources and group meet-ups, everything's moved online. Master's student, Morgan Mattingly says Queen's students are getting the same education, as if they were on campus.

"Our Professors during this lockdown have been amazing."

After lockdown, Morgan's tutorials almost immediately went online. Even though some of her friends went home to the United States and Israel, they all still meet online, as close to normal as possible. Teaching and library staff have made sure they have all the resources they need and gone the extra mile with additional guidance and workshops.

"One of the benefits, of studying at Queen's is some of the lecturers are the best in the world, with amazing knowledge they are willing to share, and that's what they've been doing through the online classroom, which is pretty wonderful."

Morgan Mattingly, MA Conflict Transformation and Social Justice
School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics