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How Museum Studies courses are adapting to the pandemic

Category: COVID-19

Museum studies programs in the UK have stable or rising enrollment this fall, despite COVID-19. However, the pandemic has accelerated a trend towards digitising university study that was already well underway, in areas from borrowing books to submitting written assignments. Some programs are going primarily online, using 3-D scans to enable students to "visit" museums during lockdown. However, group trips to museums and heritage sites have also become impossible, and there are reduced opportunities to socialise and bond.

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