The courses are held in distance mode, which means that all lecture units (lecture parts and interactive parts) take place online. The final exam is held online.
There are a few changes to the interactive part and its grading:
There will be no in-class tests in the interactive part, but only student presentations of mini-cases. The solutions of the mini-cases must be uploaded to Learn before each interactive unit. Students still need to check at least 70% of all mini-cases to pass the course. The grading of the interactive part will be based solely on the percentage of checked mini-cases if all presentations are correct or if they were never selected to present. A negative assessment of a student's presentation reduces the number of mini-cases checked by 20% (the basis being 100% of all mini-cases). For example: If a student checks 80% of the mini-cases and fails one presentation, the percentage of checked mini-cases will be reduced to 60% and will result in a fail.
Students with two negative assessments fail the course. If a student cannot present a mini-case due to technical problems (on his/her side), the grading is the same as for a negative assessment.