Update on UP IIS Remote Teaching and Learning

To all Institute of Islamic Studies students,

Assalamu ‘alaykum wa rahmatullahi taala wa barakatuhu. Peace and blessings of God be upon you.

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of the Philippines shall employ Remote Teaching and Learning in carrying out its classes until further notice. Per  the UP System Policy in the time of COVID-19:

Remote Teaching and Learning  is where the faculty and students are physically/geographically separated and which uses alternative modes of delivery   covering the entire spectrum of synchronous and asynchronous communication, from text-based (basic email, FB messenger, Viber group, etc.) to online meetings (via UVLe, Zoom, Google Hangouts, Google Meet, etc.).

For this reason, the Institute of Islamic Studies requires current (in coursework or thesis level) and incoming students to accomplish the IIS STUDENTS SURVEY FOR REMOTE LEARNING CAPABILITY either via Google Forms (for those with good internet connection) or by downloading the form then submitting by email to iis@upd.edu.ph on or before July 15. The survey will enable IIS Faculty to plan and prepare for the modes of teaching-learning delivery for classes this coming First semester, Academic year 2020-2021. In any event that a student has great difficulty accessing online facilities, other means of delivery will be explored.

To access the survey via Google Forms, kindly go to this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd97SzYJgZzFSY2iwWk-evMx2p936AiIYVaMbY5JmIauz4LlA/viewform . To download the survey document,  kindly go to this link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dlN4fGxOYAsRnr20EjO8YHQvIMPbbbu5/view?usp=sharing 

Stay safe!

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