The emerging concept of Smart City encompasses multidisciplinary solutions that seek to improve the management of urban services using information technologies to ensure social and environmental sustainability.
With a transversal vision in this matter, we seek to introduce the fundamental concepts of a Smart City, the concept of Internet of Things (IoT), the Big Data phenomenon, Cloud Computing technology and the visualization, analysis and processing of information in relation to the principles of sustainability, the new urban economy and the relationship with the citizen.
NON-ATTENDANCE TEACHING METHOD ACTIONS COVID-19
1. Modifications to the contents
Contents are not modified.
*Teaching methodologies that are maintained.
The methodologies proposed in the guide will be adapted to the situation of non-attendance motivated by the health crisis of COVID-19 through the use of the institutional telematic tools of teamwork available for conducting online seminars, as well as the use of the Moodle platform (Virtual Campus) and the use of email.
*Teaching methodologies that are modified.
The "Master Session" methodology is replaced by online seminars (Microsoft Teams) with a more flexible and dynamic format with the possibility of student participation and resolution of doubts. Expository teaching will adapt to the new exceptional situation by using the Moodle platform (Virtual Campus) and using email. The monitoring and revision of the supervised works of the subject will be carried out through some telematic teamwork platform (Teams), organizing the activity in combination with the subject's Moodle platform (Virtual Campus) and the UDC email.
The methodologies corresponding to PERSONALIZED ATTENTION (tutoring) and the EVALUATION procedures are modified to adapt them to NON ATTENDANT context.
3. Mechanisms for personalized attention to students.
The personalized tutorial attention on informative or specific questions will preferably be carried out through the UDC institutional email, although the institutional telematic tools available for teamwork, such as Microsoft Teams, may also be used.
All the information on the subject in this non-classroom teaching period (activities, deliveries, evaluation, tutorial attention, ...) will be done through the subject's Moodle platform (Virtual Campus), so frequent consultation is recommended. by the students.
Tools: Moodle platform, UDC Email, Microsoft Teams.
Temporalization: The tutoring schedule of the face-to-face teaching period would be maintained with the flexibility marked by the exceptional nature of the situation caused by the health crisis of COVID-19.
Personalized attention will be carried out using the telematic tool that is considered most appropriate depending on the case.
4. Modifications in the evaluation.
Methodology: Tutored works. Rating weight: 100%.
Description: Development of works on any matter related to the contents of the subject.
EVALUATION PROCEDURE NON-PRESENTIAL COVID-19
In order to be qualified, the timely delivery of all the proposed works will be mandatory.
The deliveries of the works will be done electronically through the Moodle platform of the subject (Virtual Campus).
In these deliveries, the corresponding indications of the professor responsible for the subject must be followed MANDATORYLY.
VERY IMPORTANT: All the information on the evaluation procedures will be communicated through the Moodle platform of the subject (virtual campus), so frequent consultation of the subject is recommended.
Any query, clarification or incident related to the evaluation procedure should be brought to the attention of the teachers responsible for the subject as soon as possible. In all the deliveries and tests, the indications of the teachers responsible for the subject must be followed MANDATORYLY.
5. Modifications to the bibliography or webgraphy.
The basic and complementary sources of information maintained in the initial teaching guide are maintained since the students have at their disposal on the Moodle platform of the subject (virtual campus) and on the web (online resources) all the necessary and sufficient documentation to the adequate study of the contents of the subject.
(*)The teaching guide is the document in which the URV publishes the information about all its courses. It is a public document and cannot be modified. Only in exceptional cases can it be revised by the competent agent or duly revised so that it is in line with current legislation.