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, with the participation of the students. It is preferably done using the Google Meet tool from the virtual campus (Universite). The sessions will be recorded and subsequently made available to the students through the virtual campus. In addition, documents related to the taught subject are added to the materials area of ¿¿the virtual campus, such as complementary readings, audiovisual references and web pages with content related to the discipline.
Practical classes: The practices that were carried out in the laboratory (computer room) continue to be carried out by students with the means available to them at home. The results of these practices are sent to the teacher through the Virtual Campus Tasks application or by other means of sending files. The acquisition of the corresponding theoretical-practical competences is thus ensured.
Tutorials: They are carried out, at the request of the students, through the Google Meet tool, at a time agreed by the teacher-student. They are also carried out through email, answering the questions raised.
a) The final qualification will consist of the delivery of the following practices:
Practice 1_Personal Branding- 10% of the grade.
Practice 2_CV-Bio-PS-CM- 10% of the grade.
Practice 3_Indesign Layout- It is suspended *
Practice 4_Production of the Multimedia Project- 80% individual or group of the grade.
- Production memory- 50% of the grade.
- Web Multimedia Platform- 30% of the grade.
* The practice was suspended due to the impossibility of providing access to the software (Adobe Indesign) to the confinement situations of the student body. Even so, the theoretical-practical classes on the management of it have been taught, covering the necessary competences, the application of this tool in the development of Practice 4 being voluntary, since it is a non-essential practice. The teacher will continue to carry out the tutorials that the students need in this regard.
b) However, students who do not take the continuous assessment, presenting the practices described above, may sit for a final non-face-to-face exam: 100% of the grade.
Students who wish to do so and who have submitted their practices may take the exam to upload a grade. An average will be established between:
- Delivery of practices by continuous assessment: 50% of the grade.
- Non-face-to-face final exam: 50% of the grade.
The students must communicate in writing, to the professor, the choice of this option before May 28.
- DAY AND TIME: June 5 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
- TEST TYPE of 25 QUESTIONS with 3 ANSWER OPTIONS.
- TIME LIMIT: 1 minute per question = 25 minutes.
- AUTOMATIC SHIPPING once the last question is answered or the exam time limit expires.
The questions will be presented each on a page in a sequential way.
You can change the answer as long as you don't go to the next question.
Once you advance you cannot go back.
The questions and answers are displayed in different order to each student.
The wrong answers do not subtract.
Only 1 exam attempt, except for connection failure. *
The student MUST connect in two ways:
- To the Moodle platform where the exam is (with a computer).
- To the virtual classroom Meet (videoconference), where you must activate the camera with a mobile device (it will not be recorded).
- At the beginning of the session you must show your identification (DNI or equivalent document)
- During the course of the test, the camera must show the student and the computer screen.
During the test, the students must have an ethically correct behavior, adjust to the requirements expressed in the call and respect the rules that the teachers indicate at the beginning of it. Failure to comply with the rules established by the professor or professor responsible, as well as the use of illicit or fraudulent means, may involve actions such as the cancellation of the test for the student, obtaining the qualification for failure in that test, or even any another measure that from the corresponding academic fields could be considered opportune.
At the moment in which the student connects to take an online assessment test, he / she is considered knowledgeable, and accepts the surveillance conditions and the norms that the responsible professor establishes for the realization of the same, supposedly adjusted to proportionality. In the event that a student refuses to accept any of the above conditions, which should have been announced sufficiently before the test was carried out, his right to carry out this evaluation falls off, being classified as Not presented in said call.
It will be understood that a student is taking the assessment test and therefore begins to be monitored, at the time he / she is identified or authenticated.
* Connection failure.
Before the start of the evaluation, the teaching staff will establish the rules of action for the students in the event of a possible lack of connection to the network, and therefore interruption of the monitoring of the test.
1. In case of interruption, the student will resume the connection to the viewing system as quickly as possible. A student will be considered to pass to the alternative modality of examination at the moment in which 5 minutes elapse since visual contact was lost.
2. In the event that the same student suffers 2 or more disconnections throughout the duration of the test, even if the duration of these is less than 2 minutes, the teaching staff responsible may inform the student that they must deliver and / or abandon the exam, going to alternative modality.
3. The student, in case of foreseeing that he / she will not be able to reestablish the connection, will contact the teaching staff by email at the moment in which the event occurs. As a last resort, the student will be able to report the incident through the UMH switchboard (96 665 8500).
Those students who are affected by any of these circumstances or others, documentally justifiable, not provided for in this document, may take the alternative form of examination.
The alternative exam modality will consist of an oral exam that will be convened days after the official exam date (to be determined) and when a solid connection to the network is guaranteed. As it is an oral exam, it can be recorded for its correct evaluation.