Guideline for Education 2021-2022 (block 4)
The Faculty of Humanities' Guideline for Education, academic year 2021-2022, block 4.
Education in block 4 (2021-2022)
It is now just over two years ago that our University had to close its doors as a consequence of the coronavirus pandemic. The coronavirus restrictions have been absolved, which means we are 'going back to campus'. Read below what this means for your teaching activities in block 4 of the academic year 2021-2022.Open the handout 'Education in block 4 (2021-2022)'
What does this mean for your teaching?
- Education and timetables
- (Technical) support
- Examinations and additional examination opportunities
- Certification and graduation ceremonies
What do we take away from the period of COVID-19?
We have gained a lot of experience with online education and examination (examination with Remindo and/or proctoring, posting knowledge clips online, using break-out rooms, online guest lectures, etc). We can use some of these insights in the future. In principle, we will start giving lectures on campus again, but online knowledge clips can of course still be used. A condition, however, is that seminars, tutorials or Q&A sessions are organised alongside online lectures. We invite you to think along about education in the future.