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DISTANT LEARNING

INSTRUCTIONS CONCERNING DISTANT EDUCATION AND SPRING HOLIDAY

 1. NEPTUN

HOW TO USE NEPTUN

TASK ADMINISTRATION 

LOGIN HERE 

2. MICROSOFT TEAMS

The Office 365 subscription used at the university also includes the Microsoft Teams application, where you can create individual teams according to the subjects and invite students in (students can also be invited with a private email address as there are also free teams that they can use for this purpose). Through Teams, you can conveniently share lecture materials as well as aids, tests and video conferencing, and even record an event if you wish, as well as there will be a communication interface where you can keep in touch with students. The service can be used on desktop clients, web interfaces and mobile phones.

The client program can be downloaded here: https://products.office.com/en-us/microsoft-teams/download-app


3. FREE DATABASES

International literature sources freely available during the coronavirus pandemic (constantly expanding list):

 

Oxford University Press – Epigeum distance learning materials are freely available until May 31 2020:

 

Ohio State University Press – freely available books on linguistic:

 

University of Michigan Press – freely available books until 30 April 2020. The books can be read online, but there is no download option

 

Project MUSE – the following contents are freely available on the database page

Johns Hopkins University Press (all books and magazines)

Ohio State University Press (all books and magazines)

University of Nebraska Press (all books and magazines)

University of North Carolina Press (all books)

Temple University Press (all books)

Vanderbilt University Press (assorted books)

 

Cambridge University Press – 700 books freely available until 31 May 2020

The New York Public Library provides access to more than 300.000 books