Consecuencia de la situación de excepcionalidad provocada por el COVID-19, y ante la necesidad de adaptación del sistema universitario español a la no presencialidad, el desarrollo de la actividad docente correspondiente al segundo cuatrimestre del curso 2019/2020 estará sujeto a los siguientes cambios en la guía docente que se concretan como adenda a la previamente aprobada para la asignatura.
Theory classes: Teaching is taught live in the bands established for the subject in the official hours of the degree.
Practical classes: The laboratory practices have been replaced by equivalent practical cases, data acquired from previous experiences that the students have to manipulate and can later send a report to evaluate their performance and the delivery of lectures. The acquisition of the corresponding competences is thus assured.
Tutorials: They are carried out, at the request of the students, through the Google Meet tool, at a time agreed by the teacher-student. Others are done through email, answering the questions raised.
The final grade will be made up of 45% for the theoretical part, 30% for the practical part-conferences, and 25% of the works proposed and presented in the form of power-point and audio. To pass the subject, the student must pass a passing grade (5 points) each part of the subject in each of the final exams (ordinary calls and extraordinary final evaluations of the UMH).
1-The theoretical part (45%) the / the student will have the option to do two partials, they are carried out online during the first week of March and the first week of April. During that week the student will have open-ended questions to be answered, providing bibliographic evidence of their answers. The students will be allowed to eliminate the subject if the average mark of all the partials exceeds the 5 point grade. In the case of not reaching this grade, the student will take the final exam in the corresponding official calls.
2- The practical part (30%) will be overcome by preparing the reports of the different practical sessions and delivering a summary of the conference sent. The practices will be delivered the last week of May through the subject platform.
3- The works proposed and presented in powerpoint format with audio (25%) will evaluate the content, presentation and student participation. The papers will be presented on May 8th through a shared drive enabled for this in google-drive since some of them may be larger than 20 MB.
When the student does not pass any of these parts throughout the course, they must take a final exam of it. Final evaluation. The student will take a final exam of those parts not passed throughout the academic year. The exam will consist of three parts: 1. Theoretical part: of multiple choice questions or multiple answers of the explained syllabus. 2. Practical part: 1 or 2 development questions related to the practices. 3. Works: a topic related to the works presented by the students will be developed in writing. Final evaluation. To pass the course, the student must pass a passing grade (5 points) for each part of the course. In his case the student will not pass the subject. Note: in the case of failing the subject, the previous grades are not saved for the next courses
The tests of the continuous evaluation: 1-5 questions of development of theoretical and practical nature (the questions will be open on the platform for 1 week for your answer). The final evaluation will consist of Theoretical part: of type test questions or multiple answers of the explained syllabus. 2. Practical part: 1 or 2 development questions related to the practices. 3. Works: a topic related to the works presented by the students will be developed in writing.
Continuous and final evaluation. To pass the course, the student must pass each part with a passing grade (5 points). In his case the student will not pass the subject. Note: in the case of failing the subject, the previous grades are not saved for the next courses.
Theory questions: knowledge of the theoretical and practical concepts of the subject, its precision, accuracy, the graphic examples provided, the cleanliness of the exercise and clarity will be assessed.
The seminars: the content of the work will be evaluated (relevant technical-practical information provided), the structure of the work, the novelty and the documentation provided (bibliography); the exposition of the work (clarity of the exposition, and precision in the explanations).
Practices: the work carried out in the practice report (content, accuracy, precision of the explanation of the results, discussion and bibliography used) is evaluated and the summary of the lecture given will be evaluated.
In the case of a student claiming to have a technical problem during the exam, they will be given a repetition of the exam or an individual oral test.