University Of Education, Winneba Revised 2019/2020 Second Semester Calendar

Our, MOODLE to drive the rest of the semester. The university has indicated the reviewed Academic Calendar for the 2019/2020 second semester has been approved by the Executive Committee at its sitting on April 17th, 2020.

The new Calendar is in respect of the migration of all lectures to the online Moodle mode. It urged both Lecturers and students to support the new arrangements so that we can, together, bring the semester to a logical conclusion.

University of Ghana's 2019/2020 Revised Academic Calendar Out - Check the update now

A) Schedule of Online Academic Activities

18th-24th March: Uploading of online teaching and learning course materials on LMS and other alternative  platforms

25th March- 13th April: Online teaching and learning begin on UEW Moodle – LMS  and other alternative platforms including Google Classroom, WhatsApp, Telegram, Schoology, Zoom, etc

13th April: Deadline for Migrating all online teaching and learning activities on alternative platforms unto the UEW Moodle (LMS)

14th - 20th April: Mop-up of outstanding courses that could not justifiably migrate to UEW Moodle

14th April: Online lectures continue on the official UEW Moodle platform for all categories of lectures.

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11th - 15th May: Online Mid-Semester Examinations

29th May: Deadline for Submission of Post Graduate and Undergraduate Project Work/Long Essay/Dissertations/Theses

5th June: Last day of Online Lectures

6th - 14th June: Examinations Revision Week

15th June - 5th July: End of Semester Examinations (Online)

6th July: Students go on Vacation

9th July: Publication of Results (Final year students)

13th - 17th July: Re-sit Examinations (Online, Final Year Students)

21st July: Publication of Results (Continuing Students)

27th - 31st July: Supplementary Examinations (Online)

Management, through ULMEC, has established that contact hours for online lectures tend to reduce by at least 40% compared to regular face-to-face.

Management has, therefore, decided to extend the duration of the 2019/2020 second semester for six more weeks to ensure that online contact hours for teaching and learning are increased in order to exhaust course contents for the second semester of the 2019/2020 academic year.

Source: NewsGhana24

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