|Name of course|
Community work in marginalized neighbourhoods
Faculty of health and occupational studies
Name: Stefan Sjöberg
Name: Lena Hjelm
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Period for course registration: 16 august – 29 augusti
The course will be given as a distance course. Almost all lectures are recorded. Seminars and some lectures will be given in real time by the distance IT-technology Zoom. Course language will be a combination of English and Swedish. Course literature is in English. The lecturers will speak English during lectures and Zoom webinars, but there will be parallel webinars in Swedish. Students who prefer so might speak Swedish during the webinars. Information and instructions regarding the webinars will be put on the learning platform Canvas. Students can choose to do the written examinations in English or Swedish.
Mandatory activities: Four Zoom webinars.
Examinations: written examination in form of a field study, Zoom webinars.
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