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Our blended teaching and learning approach means we are prepared and can respond to any changes in COVID-19 alert levels, quickly.
Our academic teaching teams have reduced the number of examinations as much as possible. Many assessments have been re-designated as assignments or have been moved to in-class tests. However, there are still some assessments requiring exam-like arrangements and these will be conducted online.
We recognise COVID-19 has impacted nearly every component of daily life and will mark your assessments this semester accordingly. Your college will be in touch with more specific details about your programme.
If you’re needing any support with technology, the Technology Assistance Programme may be able to help.
Contact your course coordinator via Stream if you need any help with online learning. Academic support services remain available for all our students, including online appointments and assignment pre-reading service.
Online delivery of your courses should continue largely unaffected. However, if you need support, please don’t hesitate to contact the university.
Fieldwork and placements are continuing, but with physical distancing and contact tracing measures that your fieldwork leader will arrange. You should continue to follow all instructions provided by the host organisation relating to infection control, hygiene and safety.
Please see our Library FAQ page for the latest COVID-19 library updates.
Contact your course coordinator via Stream if you need any help with online learning.
Academic support services remain available for all our students, including online appointments and assignment pre-reading service.
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Last updated on Monday 23 November 2020