Consecuencia de la situación de excepcionalidad provocada por el COVID-19, y ante la necesidad de adaptación del sistema universitario español a la no presencialidad, el desarrollo de la actividad docente correspondiente al segundo cuatrimestre del curso 2019/2020 estará sujeto a los siguientes cambios en la guía docente que se concretan como adenda a la previamente aprobada para la asignatura.
Theory classes: Teaching is taught in streaming at the times established for the official schedule of the degree, with the participation of the students. It is preferably done using the Google Meet (Universite). The sessions are recorded and subsequently made available to the students through the virtual campus.
Practical classes: The sessions are recorded by the teachers in advance. These recordings are made available to the students. The teaching staff establishes a viewing schedule for these sessions, as well as associated meetings for the resolution of doubts and/or proposals for exercises.
Tutorials: They are carried out, at the request of the students, through the Google Meet, at a time agreed by the teacher-student. Others are done through email, answering the questions raised.
The students will take a final on-line exam (100% of the grade for the course), through the Google Meet platform, and without the use of notes.
Subject of examination: All the chapters, practices and seminars taught by the teachers of the subject.
- The wrong answers will subtract points, according to the following correction formula: C = A - [E / (n-1)]. Where C means qualification, A is the correct answers, E the errors and n the number of options of the questions.
- Unanswered questions will not subtract.
- The exam will consist of 60 closed, single-choice questions on 4 options ('test' type questions) and will last 90 min.
- One question per page will be presented, the distribution of the questions and answers will be random and navigation through the exam will be free.
- To attend the exam, the student will have to connect to the Google Meet application 20 min before the time set for its start.
- Each student will be assigned a video conference room in the Google Meet application.
- Questions cannot be asked during the exam. If there are any questions that the student considers to be poorly written, they should be indicated after the exam.
- It is recommended to have a calculator for the development of the exam. The mobile phone calculator cannot be used.
- The exam will be developed through the Moodle Questionnaires tool.
- In order to make the exam, the student must have a camera, which must be oriented towards himself and towards the screen where he is taking the exam. It is recommended to use the mobile phone, therefore joining the Google-Meet session via mobile. For this, the student will have to download the Meet application previously. The camera will remain active throughout the development of the exam so that the student's identity is accredited.
- If a student does not have a camera, or experiences a connection problem during the course of the exam, the affected person will be particularly discussed to guarantee their right to evaluation.
- The student who has connection problems will have to immediately notify the teacher using the mobile network, preferably through the chat in the Meet room where they were taking the exam or via email.
- In the event that a student has connection problems for a long time, the teacher will repeat the exam under the same conditions or through an oral exam.