|Double degree in Biotechnology and Computer Engineering (2014)|
|ADAPTION OF TEACHING TO THE NEW NORMALITY FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-21 AS A RESULT OF COVID-19|
FOR SUBJECTS TAUGHT IN THE HIGHER TECHNICAL SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING CORRESPONDING TO THE DEGREE OF COMPUTER ENGINEERING
Due to the health emergency, in an extraordinary and temporary way, teaching during the first semester of the 2020-21 academic year will be in a hybrid way, combining face-to-face and online teaching). We will prioritize presentiality to laboratory practices and in problem classes. This presence will be maintained if the regulations issued by the health authorities and other competent bodies do not say otherwise, and the capacity requirements allow it. This situation of mixed teaching could be extended to the second semester, if necessary.
You can find more detailed information in the teaching guide for each subject.
In the case of a health emergency that requires the population to be confined or that implies mobility restrictions during this course, the teaching activity and the evaluation will be adapted so that it can be carried out remotely in accordance with the guidelines established by the pertinent organizations. If this situation occurs, the adaptations will be reported in the Moodle space of each subject.
FOR SUBJECTS TAUGHT AT THE FACULTY OF ENOLOGY CORRESPONDING TO THE DEGREE OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
As a result of the health emergency, exceptionally and temporarily, teaching during the academic year 2020-21, whenever possible, it will be done in person. Teaching during the first semester of the 2020-21 academic year will be mixed (face-to-face and online), prioritizing the face-to-face performance of laboratory practices and face-to-face assistance to theory and problem classes on a rotating basis depending on the capacity allowed in the classrooms. This situation of mixed teaching could be extended to the second semester, if necessary. You can find more detailed information in the course guide for each subject. Should there be a health emergency that requires the general public to be confined or which involves restricted mobility during the academic year, we shall attempt to adapt teaching and assessment so that it can be carried out online in compliance with the directives given by the corresponding authorities. This measure will be temporary and will only be taken in exceptional circumstances. Should this situation arise, information about any changes will be given on the Moodle space for every subject.