Information for students
We inform you that, due to the health emergency that our country is going through and according to the Decree of the Prime Minister and to the Ordinance of the President of the Sicilian Region of 8th March 2020, in order to prevent the spread of the infection by Coronavirus, all cultural activities, events and shows are suspended until 03rd April 2020, unless otherwise specified.
We also inform you that cinemas, theaters, museums, galleries, historic buildings, libraries, gyms, pubs, clubs etc. are closed.
Online Lessons starting from the 09032020
From Monday 9 March 2020, the lessons of the University of Palermo will be available exclusively online.
Each student must register, through the student portal, for the courses he intends to attend during the second semester.
For each of the courses that use the online mode, a series of measures have been prepared to facilitate remote use:
The teachers can contact the students through the teaching platform, sending e-mails to the institutional addresses of the students.
Teachers can upload teaching material in the appropriate section of the student platform.
Teachers can create video lessons (live or catch-up) on the Microsoft Team platform. The credentials to access this platform are: email@example.com
For each course there has been set up a virtual classroom on the Teams platform that will allow you to follow the lessons.
To access the lessons in online mode, you have to install Microsoft Teams on your device (PC both MAC and Windows, laptop both MAC and Windows, Tablet, Smartphone) by following the instructions in the guide you find below.
To access to the virtual classroom, there is a code required that is different for each course and it has to be entered in the student’s portal.
You will find the instructions for entering the teaching code in the guide you find below. It’s useful to follow the lessons with Microsoft Teams.
It is possible to access the Microsoft Teams virtual classroom at any time. Use the teaching code to consult the previously recorded video lessons.