RUB’s primary objective is to offer students a full summer semester from 20 April 2020. Despite the lack of classroom teaching during the lecture term, students will be able to acquire credit points as usual. To this end, lecturers are converting their courses to online classes. Internships, experiments, excursions or visits to archives should be replaced or postponed as far as possible by equivalent courses, while maintaining social distancing.
“The faculties, central academic institutions and all their lecturers are highly committed and are working out creative solutions to prepare online teaching for their disciplines,” as Vice Rector Professor Kornelia Freitag outlines the plan for the summer semester.
The team at the Centre of Academic Didactics (ZFW) supports lecturers in switching from classroom teaching to online classes. The ZFW website (German website) provides helpful information and organisational tips. In addition, interested parties can take advantage of the consulting services for e-learning and technical support. FAQ for teaching staff and students An overview of the most frequently asked questions and answers regarding teaching is available online. (Source)
The CERES teaching unit will keep the information for students enrolled in the Religious Studies B.A. or M.A. programmes up to date on this website.