Blended Learning Will Continue at ETU "LETI" until November 29
The Rector of ETU "LETI" issued an order that extends the blended learning period until November 29.
Viktor Sheludko, Rector of ETU "LETI," issued an order to extend the blended learning period in the fall semester of the 2020/2021 academic year in the face of coronavirus infection (COVID-19).
According to the document, from November 9 to November 29, classes for full-time students of all courses will be conducted using distance learning technologies. Some classes will take place on the campus according to a special schedule.
"Extension of blended learning will help save the health of students and employees as much as possible. The developed tactics with classes conducted remotely and a small quantity of practice-oriented lessons held on the campus allow keeping a favorable situation on coronavirus incidence at ETU "LETI." If the situation changes, the university administration will take prompt measures to adjust the educational process."
For international students who cannot come to St. Petersburg for a good reason (closed borders, no tickets, etc.), as well as for students who undergo quarantine, all classes, including laboratory work, are conducted remotely.
Education materials for all subjects of the fall semester will be available on the Moodle platform.
The ETU "LETI" administration will decide on the full return of students to study on campus based on data on the epidemiological situation in St. Petersburg.