According to the TMU Meeting of the Epidemic Prevention Group on May 28th：
In order to reduce the risk of group infections and to protect the health of school teachers and students, all courses and all exams are requested to conduct in flexible measure till June 14th.
|May 14th to June 8th||All courses and exams are requested to conduct in flexible measure.
l lecture：online learning
l laboratory：online learning or adjust content of study
l individual studies：flexible study measure (e.g. self-learning)
l physical education：flexible study measure (e.g. self-learning)
l seminar：online learning
l practicum：flexible study measure (e.g. online learning, report)
|according to the TMU Meeting of the Epidemic Prevention Group on May 13th and May 15th.|
|June 9th to June 14th||according to the TMU Meeting of the Epidemic Prevention Group on May 28th|
※ Whether it will continue to be implemented after June 14th depends on the Ministry of Education’s policy and the development of the epidemic.
Teachers’ teaching notes during the epidemic prevention period:
1. If there are any adjustments to the course method and grading method, please make sure to announce information on I’m@TMU.
2. When teachers conduct distance teaching, please pay attention to and ensure the quality of teaching and the effectiveness of students’ learning. Please ensure that students’ online attendance, discussion and various aspects data are records for reference.
3. The instructor is kindly requested to remind students that the distance learning period is not a holiday. Students should not go abroad or travel privately, and should carefully assess the risks to avoid participating in a party. At the same time, students are requested to honestly record their daily whereabouts for epidemic investigations.
4. Please contact Office of Information Teaching for distance teaching technical consultation (Dann campus (#3) 1617, 1618, 1619, 1616).
Please contact College of Interdisciplinary Studies for distance teaching quality consultation (Main campus 2855).
Flexible measures of grading method : “Recommendations of flexible grading method ” by Office of Academic Affairs
Curriculum Section, Office of Academic Affairs, May 28th 2021