Module teaching and assessments
Your module leaders will have contacted you about moving to online/remote delivery of teaching sessions. We understand you may be worried in particular about assessments that normally involve physical presence on campus: for example, oral presentations, in-class tests, examinations. However, please rest assured we are working on ways to approach these issues, and we will work out solutions to them which will not disadvantage you. We will keep you regularly updated as we progress on this.
We realise that during this period, absence will be unavoidable. Whilst we hope everyone is able to keep safe and well, we ask that you please let us know if you are unwell or unable to participate in any online learning. You can inform your subject leader or student services. There may be some staff absence too and we would ask that you bear with us whilst we ensure your teaching can continue: we will do our very best to make sure sessions are delivered.
Whether you are engaged in research for your undergraduate dissertation, or as part of a postgraduate degree, your supervisor is available to support you. Get in touch by email and suitable arrangements will be made for your supervision.
This will be delivered remotely on a one-to-one basis. Staff are still contactable by email, and we can arrange online conferences and phone calls. Similarly, our academic coach – Sean Derrick – will continue to support Level 4 students remotely.
The School had a programme of events including guest speakers, book launches, and performances at occasions like Artsfest. Following on from the Government’s advice to cancel all public gatherings, we have had to postpone these events. Anyone who has purchased tickets for any of our events will be contacted to organise refunds as appropriate.
Keeping in touch
We realise that not everyone will have access to the kind of equipment required to participate in remote learning: if this is the case, we would ask that you contact us and let us know so that we can continue to support you through your studies using other means.