Information and instruction about online teaching for students and professors during Covid-19 emergency are available here.
A group of students in Psychology of Work and Wellbeing in Organizations made a short guide to smart learning:
- Smart Learning: Tips for studying during quarantine (in English language)
- Smart Learning: Consejos para estudiar en el periodo de cuarentena (in Spanish language)
Students with disabilities or SLD (Specific Learning Disabilities) - with certificate submitted to the 'Students with disabilities/SLD University Desk' - must arrange customized distance learning solutions with each Professor.
Services provided by Students with disabilities/SLD University Desk (i.e. peer-to-peer tutoring in taking notes and/or support in exams preparation, Italian Sign Language interpreting and mediated communication services) are still active. These services can’t be provided face-to-face but with remote modes, according to each student and Professor needs.
This office and the Rector's Delegate for Disability, professor Pavone, are available for students and Professors with specific needs.
Registering to a teaching
UniTO has activated an Online teaching solution, in compliance with the last provisions about teaching activities after the spread of Covid-19 disease.
Students can find content of interest by their degree program’s website, searching for their teaching (path: degree program’s site / Studiare / Insegnamenti).
Follow the instructions (in Italian language) to register to a teaching and to receive any Professor’s communications.
The publication of material prepared for online teaching will be reported by the Professor through a note published on the course page in the different degree programs websites.
Taking oral exams
Follow the instructions to take exams online.
Presenting the final dissertation
Follow the instructions to present the final dissertation online.
Copyright on educational material
All materials produced are protected by copyright; they can be used for study and research purposes, and for individual use, but not for commercial purposes or for profit - not even indirect profit. For example, material cannot be shared on paid online platforms or
services provided for profit, or on websites which earn money from advertising revenue. It is also forbidden to share material covered by copyright on any social media, except with the adoption of Creative Commons licences.
Students are reminded of the importance of a vigilant and correct use of the materials made available by the university community, in compliance with the provisions of the University's code of ethics.
You can find instructions to create content for online teaching in the UniTo Intranet, where you can ask for support if you need it.