2020-03-12

The study process is not interrupted and will be conducted remotely during the period

mruo On March 12th, following the instructions of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania and the State Emergency Operations Center on prevention of the new coronavirus (COVID-19) from March 13th to March 27th inclusive, the contact study process at Mykolas Romeris University was suspended. Lectures and seminars will be conducted remotely. All events scheduled at the University premises are also canceled or postponed. For students The study process is not interrupted and will be conducted remotely during the period. All classes will be as scheduled, using MRU's Moodle virtual learning environment. The sessions will use interactive tools, live broadcasts of the sessions, online chats, and other virtual environments. All examinations - colloquiums, cumulative score assignments - exams will take place in Moodle environment. In case of lecture questions, students in the study process should contact faculty study managers. For lecturers During the given period, teachers must ensure a continuous and smooth study process via virtual learning environment – Moodle. Classes must take place in scheduled time. Lecturers who have technical questions about organizing remote study process in the virtual environment, can contact by phone: + 370 (5) 271 45 14, mobile phone number: + 370 687 74212, email: ssg@mruni.eu. Also, be kindly reminded that your study schedules will be updated in Study Schedule. Administration Employees of the administrative units of the University shall ensure the operation of the University. For other ways of organizing work, employees must contact their unit manager directly.  

The Library From March 13th to March 27th, the library will not accept visitors. Consultations will be provided remotely: via email and Skype. Interest will not be charged during this period. As a reminder, MRU has access to more than 40 subscribed foreign and Lithuanian databases that you can access remotely via the EZproxy system. You can consult your subject librarian for database searches or other scientific information search engines.