Study Process and Work Organisation at MRU
- It is recommended to wear medical mask or respirator at MRU.
- National Certificate (Covid passport) will discontinue as of 5 February. More information.
During the rapidly changing pandemic situation, in response to it and in consultation with the responsible authorities, we decided to avoid full contact learning and manage student flows at the University during the spring semester. Therefore, we have established a rule that lectures attended by 40 or more students will be conducted remotely. To see if your lecture will be held remotely, check the spring semester schedule. The remote lecture will be marked “Moodle environment”.
Other lectures and seminars are conducted in a contact manner, unless otherwise specified in the study program. If you have any questions about the study organization model applied in your study program, please contact the study program manager.
What security requirements apply to contact lectures?
It is recommended to keep a minimum distance of 2 meters between persons in contact classrooms, including outdoor auditoriums, and to wear medical masks or respirators (only recommendation). In all cases, a distance of at least 1 meter must be maintained between persons.
How will the interim and final exams or tests take place?
The decision on the method of interim and final tests (remote or contact) is made by the lecturer of the study subject. If you decide to take the exam by contact, you must ensure that there are no more than 40 students in the classroom and that there is a minimum distance of 2 meters between the people in the room. If you have any questions about choosing the right audience, please contact ScheduleManagers (firstname.lastname@example.org; I- 402 kab.) Renata (8 5 271 4677) or Gražina (8 5 271 4706).
To ensure student equality, we recommend avoiding hybrid tests (where some students in the group write the test remotely and some live) and apply the same examination method to all students in your group.
If you teach to international students
A student who is unable to come to Lithuania due to the restrictions of movement caused by the pandemic is studying remotely with the permission of the dean. The faculty informs the lecturers about such students. If there are students in your group who have the dean’s permission to study remotely, you must ensure that these students could participate in your classes and assessments remotely.
Attention! Given that foreign students who arrive in Lithuania must isolate themselves, we ask teachers to broadcast their classes at least until mid-February.
If the lecturer is required to self-isolate
The lecturer submits the e-mail request to change the study schedule by transferring the classes and / or exams scheduled during the self-isolation period from the auditorium to theMoodle environment. Inform students of these schedule changes.
If the student is required to self-isolate
The student informs the lecturer about the mandatory self-isolation. In this case, the teacher broadcasts his / her sessions via the platform specified in the Moodle environment (MS Teams, BBB) so that the student (s) who are unable to participate in the sessions can watch the sessions remotely. The teacher is not obliged to ensure the involvement of such a student in the study process.
If at least half of the students in the group are in self-isolation
At the request of a group of students, the studies of such a group of students are transferred to the distance by the decision of the dean, but not longer than for two weeks. The faculty informs the lecturer about such a decision of the dean.
LIBRARY WORKING HOURS
The Library provides all the services and is open to the users.
- Monday – Friday 8:00 – 19:00
- Saturday 9:00 – 18:00
Where to get help, when I have questions?
- Questions on borrowing term renewal, return of books, payment of late return fees, etc. – Information Desk at the Library, by phone +370 5 271 4599 or e-mail: email@example.com.
- Questions on information search and electronic resources – ask a Subject Librarian .
- All the relevant information and e-resources available on the Library website.
BORROWING BOOKS FOR EMPLOYEES WHO ARE NOT ABLE TO ENTER THE UNIVERSITY
Books are issued and returned through the side entrance in the University courtyard (glass door next to the cafe).
- Order books in advance: fill in the electronic form and e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org ;
- Come to take your ordered books only after you get a confirmation letter;
- Ordered books are kept at the Library for 3 working days;
- Have your ID when you arrive.
CHECK OUT OF ORDERED BOOKS:
- Monday – Friday 8:30 – 18:30
- Saturday 9:30 – 17:30
Please call +370 5 271 4599 when you arrive.
- Monday – Saturday 8:00 – 22:00
You can return books using the Drop Box at the side entrance in the University courtyard.