The University of Cape Coast (UCC) is set to resume academic work on online amidst the coronavirus pandemic on Wednesday 22 April 2020.
The Students’ Representative Council (SRC) had led students to kick against the e-learning, which is to serve as the continuation of academic work.
The SRC also stated that the concerns raised earlier by the students would be addressed.
However, it seems the concerns of the SRC has been apparently ignored by the school authorities as a note posted on the official notice board of the school suggests online academic duties resumes on 22nd of April 2020.
The school management announced the Moodle Platform for use for the e-learning in order to successfully complete the 2019/20 academic year.
The Directorate of Academic Affairs of the institution had confirmed in a statement released that the programme would begin on Wednesday, 22nd April 2020.
This comes as school authorities report a number of students have signed on to the platform prompting management to go on with the online academic activities, a move directly contradicting to what the SRC president, Mr Zaki, said on a Citi tv show urging students not to register with the platform.
The Src is yet to respond to this later development.
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