Lessons of the first semester, academic year 2020-2021

Lessons will be provided both online and offline. Students will be able to choose which lesson they want to follow in person. Students who want to follow lessons in person will be joined to small groups that will change time to time. Online lessons will be provided via streaming, recorded lessons and online didactic material. Please see Frequently Asked Questions updated to “Phase 2.1” (Link)

 

1.2) THE NEXT ACADEMIC YEAR, HOW WILL THE LESSONS BE HELD?

In the first semester of the next academic year (starting from September), teaching will be in mixed form: the maximum number of lessons will be in attendance and the remaining online, according to methods that are determined by the various degree courses.

However, it will be possible to attend all the lessons of the first semester online, including those offered in person.

 

2.1) WHEN WILL THE FACE-TO-FACE LESSONS AND EXAMS WILL BE RESUMED?

In the first semester of the next academic year (starting from September), teaching will be in mixed form: the maximum number of lessons will be in attendance and the remaining online, according to methods that are determined by the various degree courses. However, it will be possible to attend all the lessons of the first semester online, including those in attendance.

Starting from 24 August, the merit exams (oral and written) will, according to the teacher’s decision, be held in attendance, guaranteeing students the possibility of being examined online (see the operating procedures in the guidelines). In the case of written exams, teachers were recommended to be very sensitive in accepting any requests from students in favor of carrying out the written exams in attendance.

 

2.2) HOW DO THE DISTANCE LESSONS WORK?

In the first semester of the next academic year (starting from September), teaching will be in mixed form: the maximum number of lessons will be in attendance and the remaining online, according to methods that are determined by the various degree courses.

It will however be possible to attend online all the lessons of the first semester, including those in attendance, both through the direct streaming of the lesson that will take place on Zoom, and through its video-recording that will be available for at least 15 days on Google Drive (to which you can log in with your university credentials).