Saturday, August 24


The selection of online coursework at UCLA excludes many STEM courses. At the same time, online course design has been generally lackluster – something UCLA should address.
(Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA’s online classes provide flexibility but fail to deliver on diversity, quality

In this day and age, the internet is used for everything. Everything except teaching classes at groundbreaking research universities, that is. Currently, UCLA offers just under 60 online classes total, which generally last six to eight weeks, on myUCLA for undergraduates during the summer session. Read more...

Photo: The selection of online coursework at UCLA excludes many STEM courses. At the same time, online course design has been generally lackluster – something UCLA should address. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The selection of online coursework at UCLA excludes many STEM courses. At the same time, online course design has been generally lackluster – something UCLA should address.
(Daily Bruin file photo)

Blue books will be free for students for the first time next year. But neither UCLA or its students should bear the responsibility of paying for blue books – departments should. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Blue book costs should be handled by departments, not students or the university

I’ve wasted my fair share of spare change buying garage sale clothing on dimes, and tipping nickels just so I wouldn’t have to deal with them anymore. Read more...

Photo: Blue books will be free for students for the first time next year. But neither UCLA or its students should bear the responsibility of paying for blue books – departments should. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Blue books will be free for students for the first time next year. But neither UCLA or its students should bear the responsibility of paying for blue books – departments should. (Daily Bruin file photo)