During the course, a series of seminars have been scheduled, organized by the Master's and the two research institutes involved in teaching the Master's, IB and IDiBE, and are classified into internal activities (a total of 13 and organized by the Master's) attached (organized by IB or IDiBE) and external activities. As a result of the declaration of the state of emergency, face-to-face seminars are suspended and on-line seminars are scheduled.
The presentation of the line to be developed at the TFM, an evaluable activity of a face-to-face nature, is replaced by an online presentation, which can be recorded at home and sent for evaluation, and a discussion of the same by videoconference, which will be carried out through online meeting tools.
The final grade in the course will be composed of three parts:
1) attendance at face-to-face activities (up to 6 points):
a) in order to obtain 5 points, attendance at 11 activities will be required, of which a maximum of 2 may be attached/external.
b) The highest score in this section will be obtained for attendance at 13 activities.
c) The extra attached/internal activities (which have not been added in the previous section) will add 0.1 extra per activity
2) Active participation in seminars (up to 2 points)
a) the formulation of appropriate questions and scientific discussion with the rapporteur will be assessed at a rate of 1/3 points per intervention.
b) A minimum of 3 interventions will be necessary to pass the course
3) Presentation and defence, in a 10-minute recorded online seminar, of the line of research developed or to be developed by the student in their Final Master's Work, in which the presentation of results will not be required (up to 1.5 points).
4) The active participation in the evaluation of the online seminars of 5 peers will be valued (0.5 points)