Distance Learning at the University: First Confident Steps
For the fourth week at our university, the learning process has been going on-line. Given all the difficulties of switching to a new training format, all classes are held according to the schedule and correspond to the curriculum.
Teachers of the Department of international relations and world economy conduct their classes using the video conference format on the Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Meets and Cisco Webex Meetings platforms.
Since the first days, all the University's services have been working quickly to explain and assist teachers and students in the new format of training. On the main page of the Univer system, all instructions for using the software are posted, and webinars are constantly held online to train everyone.
All this required teachers and students to make efforts to adapt to the new conditions and maintain the quality of the learning process and the development of the material at a high level, as well as learning new technologies.
Along with classes, teachers of the Department of international relations and world economy conduct educational work with their adviser groups, student clubs and groups.
The Department of International Relations and the World Economy constantly monitors teachers and students and undergraduates for the quality of classes: