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Additional Information - Modules 2021-22

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Module structures for modules in 2021-22 is expected to involve:

  • Asynchronous** video recordings covering content equivalent to the lectures. You can watch these sessions at any time.
  • One synchronous** session per module per week - The Module Organiser will lead the format and content of these sessions.
  • A blend of face-to-face* and online small group sessions (Computer Labs and Seminars). Most small group sessions are planned to take place face-to-face* but some sessions may rotate between a face-to-face* session in one week followed by an online session the following week on the same day but timetabled one hour later.

* Delivery of face-to-face sessions are subject to government guidance and local conditions at the time of delivery.

**Synchronous learning is learning that happens at the same time for the instructor and the learners, meaning that there's real-time interaction between them. ... Asynchronous learning is learning that doesn't necessarily happen at the same time for the instructor and the learners.

Full details of modules in the Department of Computer Science can be found on the module catalogue pages (see right).