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FSVV only from 11.01.21 again. Link to the FSVV: https://bbb.stura.uni-heidelberg.de/b/vin-mv3-pcv

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Doctoral students are also eligible to vote in elections for Fachschaftsrat and Fachrat.

Dear fellow student,

we hereby invite you to participate at our special session concerning the teaching-learning-process during the times of the pandemic by the Students Council (StuRa) on the 22nd of January at 7 pm.
We plan to work out demands directed at the university and the Studierendenwerk to improve the current situation for the students of Heidelberg University.

What are the topics?
Should all university libraries offer a scanning-service?
How can sufficiently fast internet be provided in dorms of the Studierendenwerk?
Should there be mandatory schooling for university teachers concerning (digital) teaching?
What do, when the internet-connection fails during online exams?
How can we guarantee Covid-safe access to study rooms?
How can the cafeteria offers be expanded and improved during the pandemic?

How will the special session be held?
We will start working on the topics in small groups. After a half an hour introduction to the topics in general, we will divide into small groups on each individual topic. You decide which small group you want to join according to your own interests. During the first phase, the respective topics are discussed in their groups. Here you can include your ideas and make your wishes known. Then, in the second phase there is another discussion in the small groups, in which explicit demands can be noted and formulated together based on the results of the previous discussions. Following up with going back to the plenary, where all results are presented.
You can find more infromation on the session here.

What’s next after that?
In the StuRa meeting on January 26th the StuRa will vote on the small groups demands. These will then be forwarded to the responsible persons at the university and the Studierendenwerk.

If we were able to provoke some enthusiasm in you for helping to shape the teaching-learning process during the pandemic, why not participate?

We’re looking forward to you!

Your Studierendenrat (StuRa)

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Library closure during Covid-19

It is possible that the libraries of Heidelberg University will be closed from Dec. 16, 2020 to at least Jan. 10, 2021.

Should this be the case the following will apply:

Since it is not possible to return due books in time, all due fees are frozen as of Dec. 16, 2020. This means that you can keep the media you have borrowed from one of the Heidelberg University Libraries until we reopen.

In urgent needs you can contact us via library@cats.uni-heidelberg.de or, Mon-Fri between 9 am and 3:30 pm, per telephone (06221-54 15040). We will try to find individual solutions for you, if possible.

We also advise you to make use of our rich choice of digital resources:

Please consult the webpages of UB (https://www.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/) and CATS Library (https://www.cats.uni-heidelberg.de/bibliothek/) regularly for new information.