ADDENDUM TO THE TEACHING GUIDE "METHODOLOGICAL TOOLS FOR RESEARCH"
Consequence of the exceptional situation caused by COVID-19, and given the need to adapt the Spanish university system to non-attendance, the development of teaching activity corresponding to the second semester of the 2019/2020 academic year will be subject to the following changes in the teaching guide that are specified as an addendum to the previously approved for the subject.
Theory classes: “Theoretical” teaching is taught live in the bands established for theory classes at the official master's hours, with the participation of students. It is preferably carried out using the Google Meet tool from the virtual campus (Universite). The "theoretical" sessions are recorded and subsequently made available to students through the virtual campus; This possibility is especially intended for international students of the subject. The acquisition of the corresponding "theoretical" competences is thus ensured.
Practical classes: The "practical" teaching is taught live in the bands established for the "practical" sessions at the official master's hours, with the participation of the students. It is preferably carried out using the Google Meet tool from the virtual campus (Universite). The “practical” sessions are recorded and subsequently made available to students through the virtual campus. With enough anticipation, students are sent documents to review, evaluate or criticize so that the practical sessions are fluid and dynamic. The acquisition of the corresponding "practical" competences is thus ensured.
Tutorials: They are carried out, at the request of the students, through the Google Meet tool or Skype, at a time agreed by the teacher-student. Others are carried out through email, answering the questions raised and clarifying the doubts that may arise from online teaching.
The final grade will consist of 2 parts:
1. Portfolio and continuous work (delivery of tasks / activities both theory and practice): 60%
2. Final non-face-to-face exam, including questions regarding both the content of the theoretical and practical sessions and, above all, the resolution of practical cases: 40%