PLUS Talk - Study and Teaching in Winter Semester 2020/21

The start of Winter semester 2020/21 at PLUS is already behind us. Measures to contain the corona pandemic mean that we must maintain various protective measures for teaching operations and, if necessary, extend them in the coming months.

Wir informieren Sie laufend auf unserer Homepage über den aktuellen Stand der Dinge. Wir haben volles Verständnis, dass es nach wie vor viele Fragen zur Lehre unter diesen herausfordernden Umständen gibt. Deshalb laden wir Sie ein, am virtuellen PLUS Talk „Studium und Lehre Wintersemester 2020/21 “ am 25. November 2020 ab 11.00 Uhr teilzunehmen.

Rede und Antwort stehen Herr Ao. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Martin Weichbold, Vizerektor für Lehre und Studium und Frau Keya Baier, Vorsitzende der Österreichischen HochschülerInnenschaft. Moderiert wird der PLUS Talk von Frau Ass.-Prof. Dr. Ursula Maier-Rabler, Fachbereich Kommunikation, Abt. ICTS.

Sie haben Interesse am PLUS Talk teilzunehmen?

Das freut uns! Die Anmeldung zu dem WebEx Event erfolgt über PLUS online. Den dafür nötigen Zugangslink finden Sie hier. Die Anmeldung über PLUS online endet am Sonntag, den 22. November um 23:59 Uhr. Der Webex Link zum PLUS Talk am 25. November wird allen angemeldeten Personen zeitgerecht vor Beginn der Veranstaltung per Mail zugesendet.

Bitte beachten Sie: Aus technischen Gründen müssen wir leider die Teilnehmendenzahl beschränken und ersuchen Sie, die Plätze den Studierenden zu überlassen.

Die Veranstaltung wird jedenfalls aufgezeichnet und zum Nachsehen im Intranet zur Verfügung gestellt. Alle dafür nötigen Informationen finden Sie online.

Senden Sie uns gerne Ihre Fragen bereits vorab zu: plus.talk(at)sbg.ac.at  
Wir freuen aus auf Ihre Teilnahme!

Kay Müller
Abteilung Kommunikation & Fundraising
PLUS Desk Koordinator, Social Media
Tel.: +43 662 8044 2022 - E-Mail: kay.mueller@sbg.ac.at


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