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Distance learning for NABA Milan Campus educational activities

Update 05/11

Dear students,
 
as you may have heard already from the news, the government has issued a new regulation against the pandemic, and Lombardy - the region of Milan - will very likely be in the "Red Area", the one that will face harder restrictions.
 
As for Universities, the law imposes a stop on all activities, and we have no alternatives: from tomorrow, we will switch to a 100% remote class policy and we will close the access to all the labs.
 
This will remain valid until the 3rd of December.
If we restrictions will be softened, or the regonal colour code will be changed earier than that, allowing us to resotre activities in-campus, I will let you know promptly.
 
Tomorrow at 17:00 I will be live from the Student Council Instagram account @consulta_mi, to respond to any of your queries and doubts.
 
The time ahead is not going to be easy for anyone. Academic issues aside, I hope NABA will remain a valid interpersonal support for faculty and students, as it was for the past lockdown.

My best wishes to all of you,
 
prof. Guido Tattoni
Dean

Update 25/05

Dear Students,

looking forward to an partial restart of our activities in presence, I invite you to join me in a streaming next Thursday, may 28th at 16:00 in order to give you the initial information.

Kind regards,

prof. Guido Tattoni
Dean

Streaming

Thursday, may 28th at 16:00

https://youtu.be/MRKLsmbgTzA

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Update 20/4

Dear Students,

I would like to organise a new live streaming, so that we could share some reflections on the latest developments and I could respond to your questions.
Here are the details of the next live streaming:

Wednesday 22 April at 16:00
https://youtu.be/sfx43Kwg2GQ

Best wishes to all of you,

prof. Guido Tattoni
Dean

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Update 24/3

Dear Students,

I would like to invite you to a new live streaming, which will be held with the same system as last time. 
We have organised this so that I could give you some live updates and respond to your questions.

The streaming in English will be on youtube on Tuesday 31st of March at 14:30: https://youtu.be/x3PGxbbpEZw 

For now, thank you very much for your efforts in your studies, even in this remote mode, so unusual for an Academy like ours.

Kind regards to all of you,

prof. Guido Tattoni
Dean

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Update 12/03

Dear Students,

I would like to invite you to a new live streaming, which will be held with the same system as last time. 
We have organised this so that I could give you some live updates and respond to your questions.

The streaming in English will be on youtube on Monday 16 of March at 16:30 15:30https://youtu.be/foj-hNYzKCQ

For now, thank you very much for your efforts in your studies, even in this remote mode, so unusual for an Academy like ours.

Kind regards to all of you,
prof. Guido Tattoni
Dean

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Update 09/03

Dear Students,

The Italian Government, with the Prime Ministerial Decree issued yesterday, March 2020, asks an additional effort to Italian citizens and residents, and in particular to those who are living in Lombardy and in few other provinces.
This is a due procedure we all have to comply with, in order to limit as much as possible the diffusion of the virus and to support our Public and Private Health System to face this sanitary emergency in protection to the most vulnerable people.

Therefore, academic activities will continue remotely until the 3rd of April.

We invite you all to take advantage of this situation by dedicating yourself to blackboard activities and make this alternative learning system more effective.

We are confident we will be able to deliver almost the entire set of lessons of the period.

We will be studying solution or reschedule at the first time possible any content which will be barely adaptable to the online delivery.

We will keep you posted, anyway.

Exams and thesis discussions will remain suspended. We are assessing remote opportunities/solutions (also according to the Ministry of Education note, issued on March 6th).

We would like anyway to assure you that it is clear to us all your different needs and that we will put our best effort in proposing personalized solutions.

You have our commitment on this point.

All offices will be still closed to the public but open remotely, mainly via e-mail.

We highlight the total closure of the Library, of Labs, student lounges and Cafeteria. 
Counseling services will be possible only online.

We kindly ask you to interrupt the pack shipment at the NABA post office and to use the own domicile.
Packs already on the way can anyway be collected at the usual opening hours.
Amazon lockers will be anyway always accessible.

International students with need of support in English for matters other than Academic inquiries, can refer to the “International Students” dedicated page in MyNABA. 

The situation still requires patience and effort by all of us, but we all have to be confident about the return to normality.

Kind regards,
prof. Guido Tattoni
Dean

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Update 05/03

Dear Students,

I wish to thank you for the feedback you sent me about the online classes of this week. 
NABA, due to the recent decision of our government, which include closing the universities until mid March, will extend remote classes for an additional week. 

Therefore, academic activities will continue remotely until the 15th of March. Exams, theses discussions, and work experiences will remain suspended. We are looking into the possibility of carrying out theses discussions remotely, we will update you in the next few days.

Moreover we highlight that Labs, student lounges and Cafeteria will remain closed. 
The library will will offer land-service on appointment (contact library@naba-da.com).
Counseling services will be available also online.
The other offices will be closed to the public but open remotely.

The situation still requires patience and effort by all of us, but we all have to be confident about the return to normality.

Kind regards,

prof. Guido Tattoni
Dean

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Update 28/02

Dear students,

We inform you that your A.Y.19/20  courses have been activated on the BlackBoard platform.
Kindly follow the instructions you will receive from your professors, who will directly manage the contents.

Some important notes:

1. Log into BB through Onelogin (always with Chrome), using your credentials. Here is the link: http://gge-ita.onelogin.com/

2. Watch this short video tutorial for a correct use of the platform: Blackboard Tutorial ENG
In order to access the virtual course room within a BB course, in case of online lectures scheduled by your teachers, please refer to this file.

3. Check regularly your NABA student email on which you will receive all notifications from the BB platform (starting on Sunday).

For any doubts regarding the course contents, please refer to your teachers. 

For technical or access problems, write to bb-support@naba.it

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Update 27/02

Dear Students of the Milan Campus of NABA, Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti,

I know you all are waiting for information on what is going to happen next week. As you can imagine, we are also waiting for news from the authorities, but we are all preparing for another week of prevention measures. We still do not know what the health and safety authorities will decide to do, but we will surely release a statement before the end of the week.

In any case, I would like to reach out to you beyond the coldness of email communication and meet you, although virtually, in order to give you the latest updates and to respoond to your questions.

We set up a live streaming service in English for Friday 28 of February at 17:00. During the streaming there will be a chat service that will allow to ask questions.

The streaming will be available via YouTube at https://youtu.be/9ZFWnQ6RugA

You will be able to participate via computer or smartphone, through your browser or the YouTube app.

By Friday the situation will surely be clearer.
 

Kind regards,

prof. Guido Tattoni
Dean

ps in case of technical issues, there will be a backup service via Blackboard at https://eu.bbcollab.com/guest/f0edd9148ffa4964a0ac56a332954d56

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Update 25/02

Dear students,

At the moment new schedules and catch-up solutions for the suspended didactic activities, including merit and degree exams, are under evaluation.
Specific communication will be sent as soon as confirmed. We expect it won’t happen before February 27th-28th.

We are currently receiving hundreds of e-mails: we thank you in advance to limit requests/communication to the essential, in order to allow offices to work on the activity rescheduling plan.

NABA will take care to constantly follow the evolution of the situation in agreement with the Italian authorities. 
We will promptly inform our community of any further developments that will be published on MyNABA and official NABA website!

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To the students and faculty of the Milan Campus of NABA, Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti:

In light of the latest developments regarding the situation related to the spread of the Coronavirus COVID-19, NABA follows other Academies and Universities in Lombardy by adopting measures for the prevention and protection of public health.

Therefore, solely as a precautionary measure, from Monday, February 24th to Sunday the 1st of March, at the Milan Campus of NABA, Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti the didactic activities (such as lessons and seminars), exams and graduations sessions will be suspended. Also, the laboratories, the library and the study rooms will be closed to the public. Administrative activities will however remain functional as usual and the offices may be contacted via email.

We believe that, in the absence of further directions from the Authorities, all activities will be able to be resumed on Monday, the 2nd of March.
Students who would be unable to attend the Academy even in the days following March the 1st, because are resident in municipalities still affected by a restrictive measure, will be allowed to take any eventual exams at a later time.

Further information, however, will be provided when appropriate.
The NABA Campus in Rome remains open as usual.
We will promptly notify you of any updated news. However, please consult the MyNABA intranet and our social pages systematically.

Once again, please follow the latest guidelines and future updates regarding hygiene and prevention.
For additional information about this matter, please contact us by sending an email to: segreteria@naba.it.

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