Meetings with Students (and Others): Better Masked In-Person, or Unmasked by Zoom?
I’m going to be teaching in person for the first time since March 2020 next week, and I expect to have various substantive meetings with students, one-on-one or one-on-three; they will usually be focused on editing text together. The meetings can’t be outdoors, because we’ll need to discuss material that’s displayed on a computer screen (which, in a classroom, would be the large in-room screen). And indoor meetings at UCLA have to be masked, at least
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