【G30】Liberal Arts and Sciences Courses Implementation Policy for Fall 2021

In the fall semester of 2021, Liberal Arts and Sciences Courses will be conducted using either of the following methods in order to avoid the “Three Cs” and to keep the distance between students.

A.  Face-to-face classesClasses conducted face-to-face
in lecture rooms, etc.
B.  Remote classes using
on-demand methods
Classes conducted remotely
using a PC with video and
audio files, regardless of the
C. Remote classes using
simultaneous interactive
Remote classes conducted
from a PC using Microsoft
Teams, Zoom, etc.,
according to the timetable.

From this page, there is a timetable with information on the methods of conducting classes, therefore, please refer to it when taking courses.

Some courses may be conducted using several different methods.
Ex: ・A in principle, but B in some classes
  ・C in principle, but A in some classes
  ・Combination of B and C

Access Point

In principle, remote classes B and C should be taken from home.
However, if there is a problem with the network environment at home, or there is a remote class of C (simultaneous interactive type) just before the face-to-face class of A, etc., it is possible to take the class at an access point on campus.


Information on course implementation methods, distribution of course materials, and other notices will be shown in the notices section of each class page displayed on NUCT*.

* Nagoya University Collaboration and course Tools
A system for managing courses (communicating with students about classes, viewing teaching materials, giving assignments, submitting reports) via the Internet. Please login with your Nagoya University ID and password.

*How to use NUCT

This content may be changed according to the infection situation and the “Guidelines for Activities at Nagoya University During the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic“. Any changes will be posted in the Announcements section of each class page on NUCT.