1. According to the 75th NTUT Epidemic Prevention Conference on May 18, the remote learning period will continue until the end of the spring semester.
2. In consideration of both epidemic prevention and learning effectiveness, as of May 23 (Mon), all courses will be held remotely (online) in principle until the end of the spring semester (June 25). However, final exams may still be held in person, with consideration given to students affected by the epidemic, and experimental or practical courses may apply to be offered in person.
3. Instructors are suggested to use available online platforms/tools for remote teaching and keep appropriate records of learning materials and student participation/attendance for future reference to ensure the quality of teaching and effectiveness of learning. Instructors are also requested to retain the web link of archival footage for the record.
4. It is recommended that instructors use multiple evaluation methods (such as participation in discussions, online tests or quizzes, submission of reports and assignments, adjustment of grading criteria, etc.) to evaluate students’ learning performance for semester grades. Students affected by the epidemic and unable to participate in exams (including those who are diagnosed, quarantined, self-monitoring, and/or those who have vacated the dormitory) should have an alternative means of evaluation and assessment. Instructors are requested to review the grading criteria and allocation, as well as the reasonableness and fairness, and explain to students in advance to avoid disputes.
5. Instructors of experimental or practical courses may apply for on-site classes according to their instructional needs (if physical attendance on campus is required). Instructors must complete the application form (see attachment) and state the reasons, which will be verified by the department offering the course and sent to the Office of Academic Affairs for reference. On-site classes should take all necessary precautions for epidemic prevention. For students affected by the epidemic and unable to attend on-site classes (including those who are diagnosed, quarantined, self-monitoring, and/or those who have vacated the dormitory), instructors should provide remote learning or other learning alternatives. Any make-up classes should in principle conclude before June 30.