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 EDUCATION

Online lessons by SIA after campus shut-down for two weeks

18th March, 2020

By PAUL MU

KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Institute of Art (SIA) has taken the measure to close down its campus for two weeks following the restriction movement imposed by the government starting today (Wednesday) until March 31.

During the closure, all the theory lessons will be conducted online via Google Classroom or any other online platforms determined by the lecturers until further notice.

Besides that, all outdoor activities planned before the restriction movement will also be postponed to prevent the spread of COVID-19 to the students and staff.

One of the lecturers from Music Department, Gavin Lawrence has already started his individual online class with his student. He uses video calls to deliver his lesson for the subject of saxophone principle study. SIA has assured the students they are monitoring the situation closely.

Further announcement will be made on the teaching and learning activities from time to time. The lecturers will make sure the students will not miss their lessons after COVID-19 outbreak is contained.

   
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