In principle, in-person teaching is conducted alongside online learning. Students who meet the above-mentioned descriptions should be provided with online instruction. However, teachers must consider the pandemic situation/teaching quality and discuss with the students to seek consensus as to which delivery mode speaks to the majority's best interest. If necessary, the whole class can be taught online. Please log in to the Academic Affairs Office to adjust the instruction delivery method. According to MOE guidelines on adjusting the teaching mode for universities published on May 5, 2022, the teachers may adapt the instruction delivery method based on the evolving situation of the pandemic. Distance learning can also be implemented to the end of the semester as long as the student learning effectiveness is the primary consideration.
Log in to the link to flexibly adjust the teaching method: https://ithu.tw/WBrYN
(Teachers and staff should log in with THU-NID, and students can log in to the "Student Information System" and "Course Information Network" to check the timetable for confirmation)