Through our Campus Intentions, we have committed to being on campus in September 2021.
What we mean by that is that we are timetabling for normal teaching capacity but will have measures in place such as one-way systems, increased ventilation, face masks in certain scenarios, and increased hygiene measures.
You may have some elements of your teaching delivered via our digital channels. This will be because your Programme Team has decided to retain what was useful about online delivery and use the face-to-face time with you in a different way, therefore be aware that not all of your teaching will be face-to-face.
Therefore you should expect a mixture of face to face and digital all of which are equally important in terms of your attendance and engagement. In person teaching and learning remains our primary mode of delivery as the class room is so vital for the sharing of ideas, developing new thoughts about what you are learning and interacting in person with both your lecturers and fellow students. Learning is a community based activity at Queen’s, so while digital delivery has some major benefits, we still believe in person is as important.