Knust moves assignments, quizzes and lectures notes to online learning platform
Management of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology has instructed the teaching staff of the university to resort to the University’s virtual learning platform to continue academic work.
The directive effective, Wednesday, 25th of March, 2020 will see all administrative/ professional staff with the exception of ‘classified groups’ mentioned in the directive to stay away from the office.
The directive has asked teaching staff who are affected by the decision to continue their work from home and r virtual platform to engage students.
According to the communique from the office of the registrar, students will receive lecture materials from lectures through class presidents.
Also, assignments, quizzes, and other learning activities will be referred to the University’s virtual classroom which has been equipped to handle all online-academic based activities.
The communique further directed the teaching staff to ensure that there are regular and timely assignments to students.
KNUST is not the only tertiary institution that has moved its academic activities online.
The University of Ghana, Ashesi University, University of Professional Studies, Accra, and the Ghana Institute of Journalism are some of the institutions that have taken steps to continue the rest of their academic calendar online.
Read the full statement from the office of the registrar below: