Universities across the country transitioned to distance learning from March 23 in response to the coronavirus pandemic. RANEPA initiated the transition a week earlier – its units introduced remote learning from March 19 to May 12, 2020. The Academy website correspondent found out how the schools on the Moscow campus have organized the process.
The institutes and departments of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration have organized telephone hotlines for students and teachers to ask questions about using distance learning.
From March 19 to May 12, RANEPA transitions to distance learning. The transition to a different learning management format raises a lot of questions from teachers on the technical set up of the process. The Academy provides answers to frequently asked questions, as well as instructions for using its Distance Learning System (DLS).
From March 19 to May 12, the Presidential Academy transitions to distance learning. Before changing format, the university leaders issued recommendations to dean’s offices on how to organize the remote learning process.
RANEPA Vice-Rector Maxim Nazarov answers students' questions about transitioning to distance learning
The leaders of the Academy have earlier explained the details of transitioning to a remote learning environment from March 19. However, students still had questions that they asked on social media or sent to the editorial office of the Academy website. RANEPA Vice-Rector Maxim Nazarov gave additional explanations on the Academy’s transition to online mode.
The Presidential Academy announced attendance accommodation from March 16, 2020 and transitioned to remote learning entirely from March 19 to May 12 over the coronavirus outbreak concerns. Vice-Rector Maxim Nazarov answered questions from the RANEPA website editors about how the virtual educational environment will be organized.
Pursuant to the order of the Ministry of Education and Science, the order of the Mayor of Moscow declaring the novel coronavirus infection an emergency and a force majeure, as well as Art. 41 of the Federal Law “On Education in the Russian Federation,” the management of RANEPA has adopted the following coronavirus outbreak response policies.