A rapping professor. A cat in class. Pornography on Zoom. How coronavirus’ online classes work at colleges

Mark Naison, 73, had just days to move online his decades-old class, a history of music from rock-and-roll to hip hop. He wasn’t sure how to preserve the raucous spirit of the course, but he had an answer that had worked for him in the past. “I can make a fool of myself,” he said. The technology, mainly the… … Read More