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.
Training activities: The teaching of this master is online blended.
Theory classes: Being the theory not face-to-face.
They have carried out 5 tasks corresponding to 5 subjects of the subject.
The acquisition of the corresponding competences will thus be ensured.
Practical classes: Before confinement, the 5 scheduled practical sessions could be carried out. Subsequently, the students submitted their practice reports that will allow evaluating the skills acquired.
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.
System and evaluation criteria of the subject:
THEORY 80% of which
A) EXAM 60% Test type exam through the virtual campus.
The type of examination is modified, which will be a multiple choice test and a soft penalty (test with 4 options: correct 1 point, incorrect -0.25 points). These assessment tests will be carried out simultaneously by all the students of the subject through the virtual Campus and will be viewed by the students through the MEET platform, for which they must have the camera active for authentication. Response times will be tight and there will be no backoff option to reply. Students will be asked not to wear headphones and have their other hand in view of the camera to reduce the risk of copying, data searching, etc.
B) TASKS 20%
Test characteristics: 30 multiple choice questions. Soft penalty system (test with 4 options: correct 1 point, incorrect -0.25 points). Simultaneous realization by all the students of the subject through the virtual Campus with visualization of the students through the MEET platform, for which they must have the camera active. Response times will be tight and there will be no backoff option to reply. Students will be asked not to wear headphones and have their other hand in view of the camera to reduce the risk of copying, data searching etc. They cannot be lifted during the test either. During the session, students will have prepared their ID or other official identification document that the teacher may request to show. In the event that a student considers that any question should be reviewed, said review will be requested by individual videoconference through MEET before the correction and publication of grades.
Camera connection and preservation of private and family life:
Capturing images during a virtual exam can, even incidentally, affect private and family life. The CRUE recommends informing students that:
1. The objective of the use of the camera of the students is that the teachers monitor the performance of the exam to avoid, as far as possible, fraudulent and illegal attitudes.
2. It is recommended that students notify family or housemates about the visualization, and that they recommend that they do not access the student's environment during the test.
3. The legislation stipulates that students are prohibited from recording the test without the corresponding authorization, in this subject we expressly prohibit the recording or screen capture of the test.
4. The University is exempt from responsibilities in case the students do not follow the present recommendations and there is an incidental capture of family images.
5. The detection of infractions of these recommendations, in this specific test, will lead to cancellation of the test and the loss of the right to partial evaluation.
Duties of university students (based on Article 13.2 of the University Student Statute)
Students are required to have a co-responsible presence at the University, refraining from using or cooperating in fraudulent procedures on assessment tests.
Detection of fraudulent performance: If a fraudulent performance, or suspicious conduct were detected during the performance of the test, the test would be invalidated and the corresponding University Regulations would be applied, as well as the Academic Discipline Decree (September 8, 1954). This decree also applies to the online environment.
Action in case of incidents: those students who for technical reasons cannot follow the indications (connection problems, camera viewing ...) will be summoned to carry out an oral examination to replace this test, on a date and time to be agreed. This exam will be individual, in the presence of the two teachers of the subject and will be recorded through MEET.