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  •   Home > News > Education

    University of Canterbury lectures are moving online from tomorrow

    University of Canterbury lectures are moving online from tomorrow


    Tutorials and workshops are also going online, with face-to-face labs and assessments on pause.

    The University's campus, halls and library remain open.

    Meanwhile, Lincoln University's lectures for courses of more than 100 students are stopping during the last week of term.

    Otago University is temporarily moving some of its courses online from this week.

    Almost 100 Ara Institute of Canterbury students have signed a petition, calling for campus closure.

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