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The University has decided that teaching and examinations that are normally campus-based will instead be net-based and “blended” this autumn 2021.
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We would like to invite you to celebrate online with us so that we can congratulate you and wish you well for the future.
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To reduce the risk of spread the virus at campus during exams there are now two metres between seats and chairs as a way for us to keep a safe distance.
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Fredrik and Felicia, student coordinators at Borlänge and Falu kommun are inviting you to a Quiz night February 17th at 18!
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To contact the university, phone or email instead of visiting the campus reception desks. This is one way to reduce physical contact outside the home for both university reception staff and you yourself.
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Continued university efforts to adapt to the covid-19 situation mean that students are asked to continue studying from home. The only access to university buildings will be to keycard holders.
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Up to and including January 24, 2021, all doors to university buildings and facilities will be locked to restrict access by the general public. Students and staff will continue to have access using their keycards.
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The library is changing the search box on their website and would like your input.
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Anastasiia An is this year’s winner of the award for the best thesis on the theme sustainable development. This is the third year the award has been handed out to a student at Dalarna University and as with previous years, the winner will receive a travel grant of 10 000 sek.
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Outside everyone’s responsibility to prevent the spread of covid-19, students are recommended to study from home where possible, and while university premises and facilities remain open, access is limited.
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