The Department of Industrial Engineering, following the general indications of the University (Covid-19 | Phase II) and the Rector's Letter to UniTrento students, will adopt the following guidelines to plan his teaching activities.
In compliance with the reduced capacity of the classrooms according to current regulations, only part of the students will be allowed to access the lessons in presence.
The Department of Industrial Engineering for the first semester of the a.y. 2020-21 has planned to offer the educational programs in the following ways:
- Blended teaching: teaching activities are mainly held in classroom, students can attend in person. Due to limited classroom places, weekly shifts could be necessary. Lessons are held as per the lesson timetable published at the beginning of the semester. Distance learning will be always guaranteed to the students that can’t attend the lessons in presence.
- Distance learning (Telematic Mode) for some courses: students are not present in the classroom, remote access will be ensured either SYNCHRONOUSLY or ASYNCHRONOUSLY with respect to the lesson timetable.
The moodle platform will function as a communication channel between teacher and students and as a repository for teaching material. The platform will therefore indicate whether the lesson is streaming (synchronous) or videotaped (asynchronous). The lecturers of the course who do not videotape their lesson will make the educational material available to the students.
The student must declare their intention to participate in the class in person by filling out the apply https://webapps.unitn.it/
Access to the classrooms where face-to-face teaching activities are held for students of the MAP macro-group will be regulated by weekly authorization. Admitted people will be notified in due time and will be allowed to access the buildings on the dates and for the time intervals specified in the authorization. They will use the UniTrentoApp platform for validation and self-certification operations at entry (check-in) and exit (check-out). The criteria for forming the weekly list of authorized persons are set out in the macro-group management regulations.
The lessons of the Bachelor's Degree in Industrial Engineering and the Master's Degrees in Mechatronic Engineering and Materials and Production Engineering are scheduled to start on Monday 1 March 2021 for all course years, thus modifying the previously published academic calendar.
Students enrolled in attendance of face-to-face lessons, presenting symptoms of fever, cough, cold, loss of taste or smell or other symptoms associated with COVID-19 infection are required not to access the Povo buildings and to attend the lessons by distance learning.
Students suffering from chronic diseases or, in any case, from diseases that can increase the risk of damage deriving from COVID-19 infections are required to contact their doctor before requesting attendance of lessons in presence.
Any regulation and / or general provision on security and combating COVID-19 issued by the University of Trento and / or the DII is an integral part of these instructions.
Since students can freely choose to attend the lessons by distance learning, the DII declines all responsibility for any COVID-19 infections resulting from failure to comply with the safety rules.
For communications, please contact the secretariat at the following address: dii.supportstaff [at] unitn.it