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If the coronavirus crisis has taught us anything, it is that we must learn to coexist with complexity and uncertainty. The pandemic has put us to the test and the University has shown that it can adapt in record time.
From “emergency remote teaching” to “adjusted face-to-face teaching", Deusto has not stopped innovating. Reinvention has been the key. We have achieved this thanks to an education model that has in its DNA constant innovation in teaching and assessment methods, as well as learning based on values and competences. This is our working philosophy every day.
The university has become hybrid, but blended learning is not just about studying some days at home and others in the classroom.
The options are manifold. At Deusto, we have opted for the adjusted face-to-face model, a complex mode that guarantees a higher quality learning for students and a closer lecturer-student relationship, while at the same time enhancing students’ maturity, prominence and autonomy. It is, therefore, a model aligned with the Deusto Education Model, the basis for the success of teaching during Covid-19.
THE TEAM OF TUTORS...
To help, support and offer hints to solve possible needs or difficulties
At docencia2021.deusto.es you will find guidance and advice, as well as information on technological resources and other support resources
Deusto's moodle platform for online teaching where the materials and resources for the subjects are hosted
WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I HAVE SYMPTOMS?
Find out what to do in the event of symptoms compatible with COVID19
We are aware of the serious impact generated by COVID-19 and, therefore, a new grants fund of more than 1,000,000 euros was created to support the most affected students.
This special fund is independent of the regular fund of more than 2,500,000 euros in grants that the University awards to 1,300 students anually.
In addition, other exceptional measures were adopted in the form of loans on honour and payment flexibility, which are helping families in financial difficulties.
The transformation of the teaching model requires investing both in the teaching and research support areas and in the technological, management and communication infrastructure.
During the 2019/20 academic year, investments amounting to 1,300,000 euros were undertaken in these areas. These investments will be maintained and increased to 1,900,000 euros in the 2020/21 academic year.
The main actions are securitisation, a communications firewall and online teaching resources.