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BREAKING: All lectures to be online for Term 1

The University of Warwick has announced that all lectures will be online for the Autumn Term. 

In an email sent to all staff and students the University released teaching plans for the Autumn term, including a commitment to a “campus-based teaching experience integrated with online learning”.

The announcement said that “any session which features a class size above 25 will be delivered digitally” and that “most assessments will now take place online”.

As well as most assessments, the University has also committed to “all essential and recommended reading being available online”.

There will still be face-to-face teaching “providing health and safety permits so”. This will include seminars, workshops and personal tutor meetings.

Classrooms and laboratories are in the process of being adapted to allow for social distancing.

There will also be “variation” between departments on how much of the course is delivered online or in person, and departments will contact students with “more precise details” in the next few weeks.

The University has also created plans if “circumstances significantly change”, which include “switching to wholly online teaching if necessary”.

More information can be found here.

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