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Rules and regulations for LUSEM online courses

Each student has to ensure access to stable and good computer-based internet connection. This is mandatory since teaching will be carried out by streamed videos, online live broadcasting, seminar participation etc. It is crucial to have a stable and fully functioning computer-based internet connection.

Online teaching requires access to fully functioning microphones and fully functioning cameras. LUSEM’s online teaching model is based on interaction, and students will not be able to receive a passing grade unless participating with audio and camera on. Students are not allowed to rename themselves during online sessions.

All of LUSEM’s online offerings will be run over the learning platform Canvas; therefore, being able to access Canvas is crucial. In addition, access to articles from Lund University Libraries’ databases is imperative.

LUSEM runs all online teaching with as much flexibility as possible, all online activities, e.g. streamed video lectures, seminars and other synchronous interactions, will take place during LUSEM’s office hours 09:00–17:00 (CET), without exceptions. For live activities, Zoom will be used in most cases.