Supply chain management refers to the design and management of the processes within a single organization and across multiple organizations that effectively produce, transform, and deliver a product or service in the conditions of place, time, quality and cost demanded by the customer. This course introduces the basic theoretical concepts and practical methodologies that alllow solving problems in the fashion products supply chain management.
1. Modifications to the contents
- No modifications are made.
*Teaching methodologies that are maintained
- All those indicated in the teaching guide, that will be carried out in a non presential way through the tools available at the UDC.
*Teaching methodologies that are modified
- No modifications are made.
3. Mechanisms for personalized attention to students
- Email: channel that students can use to pose questions, request virtual tutoring aimed at solving doubts, and monitor supervised projects.
- Moodle: this channel will be used to make the materials (i.e. presentations, case studies, exercises...) available to students on a weekly basis and to request the delivery of activities -according to the scheduled delivery schedule-. There will be a more general forum, which will be used as the main channel of communication between the instructors and the students. Besides, the students will have a more specific forum for posing their questions and doubts regarding the contents of the course.
Students will be able to use this personalized attention mechanism daily, according to their needs.
- Microsoft Teams: keynote speeches and interactive sessions will be take place through this platfrom every week aimed at developing the theoretical content and the planned activities; sessions that will be take place in the time slot assigned to the course in the intial calendar set by the Faculty. Follow-up and support will also be carried out through this channel, carrying out the "supervised work", as well as establishing tutoring on demand of the students.
- Microsoft Stream: this tool will make available to the students, in the channel of the course, the videos of the keynote speeches and interactive sessions, for their asynchronous consultation; as well as the videos of the seminar held within the framework of the subject -if this is the case-.
4. Modifications in the evaluation
- The methodologies indicated in the teaching guide are maintained (among them the mixed test, which would be carried out electronically), except for references to the calculation of attendance and active participation in classes, which will only be carried out with respect to those face-to-face sessions that took place before the classroom activity was suspended. If this is the case, the weight of the active participation in classes in the final grade (10%) would be added to the weight of the supervised project, which would have a weight of 30% in the final grade.
- Those indicated in the teaching guide.
5. Modifications to the bibliography or webgraphy
- No changes are made. The students will have the class materials (i.e. presentations, case studies and exercises) in digital form in Moodle. Likewise, the sources of information in the teaching guide already contain some resources that students can access for free from the network.
(*)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.