Students #MadOnline Over Remote Learning Canvas Outage

Now that Penn State has transitioned to remote learning for the remainder of its spring semester, internet tools such as Canvas are critical for completing coursework and staying up to date on your courses.

That is, of course, when they’re working.

Students took to Twitter Tuesday afternoon to voice their frustrations after Penn State’s Canvas portal briefly went offline, preventing them from completing coursework, taking exams, and accessing class materials.

Students went through a similar experience last fall when Penn State’s WiFi network went down for a few hours before finals week. History loves to repeat itself, eh?

Godspeed, folks!

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Matt DiSanto

Matt proudly served as Onward State’s managing editor for two years until graduating from Penn State in May 2022. Now, he’s off in the real world doing real things. Send him an email ([email protected]) or follow him on Twitter (@mattdisanto_) to stay in touch.

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