Mode of Teaching Delivery and Timetables Béaloideas/Folklore and Ethnology

COVID-19: First Semester Teaching 2020/21

The Department is committed to delivering as much teaching on campus as possible in the prevailing pandemic circumstances, always subject to public health guidelines. Lectures commence on Monday, 28th September. We have opted for a model of blended teaching, a blend of face-to-face teaching and online supports will operate unless guidelines change. All lectures will be recorded where possible, and these will be available online to all registered students who have health concerns, are registered with DSS or are unable to attend in person for any reason.

For all First Year Béaloideas/Folklore students, classes will be delivered on campus. Depending on the final class size, which will not be known until registration is complete, we aim to provide 100% face-to-face teaching.The start date for Tutorials will be announced early on in Semester 1 and these will involve a mixture of face-to-face and online teaching.

For all Second and Third Year Béaloideas / Folklore students, lectures will be delivered 100% face-to-face unless guidelines change.

For International Students registered for FL2111 module, face-to-face teaching and online supports will operate unless guidelines change.

2020/2021 Semester 1 Béaloideas/Folklore & Ethnology Timetable

 

This is based on current social distancing guidelines (1m with face-coverings in class), which are subject to change in prevailing pandemic circumstances and public health guidelines. The above provisions pertain at the time of posting and are subject to change in accordance with government regulations and recommendations. Full details will be available on the Canvas ‘Home Page’ of each module after registration.

 MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
9:00-10:00  

FL3001/L

Elderwood 5_G01
 

FL3001/L

Elderwood 5_G01
 
10:00-11:00 

FL1004/L

Boole_6 

FL2015/L

Connolly Building_B 

FL1004/L

West
Wing_5 

FL2015/L

Connolly Building_J1

FL1004

Tutorial
11:00-12:00 

FL3010/L

Elderwood 5_G01

BD1001/L

Boole_5

BD1001/L

Boole_6

BD1001

Rang Teagaisc

BD2001/L

West Wing_3
12:00-13:00

BD2001/L

Elderwood 5_G01
 

FL3010/L

Elderwood 5_G01

FL2111/L

Kane Building_G02
 
13:00-14:00           
14:00-15:00

BD1001/L

Food Science Building_322

FL1004/L

West Wing_5

BD2003/L

Elderwood 5_G01
 

BD2003/L

Elderwood5_G01
15:00-16:00      

FL3012/L

Elderwood 5_G01

FL3012/L

West Wing_7
16:00-17:00

FL2010/L

Connolly Building_S3

FL2111/L

Cavanagh Pharmacy Building_LG51*
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FL2013/L

O’Rahilly Building_G42(N)*

FL2010/L

O’Rahilly Building_156
   
17:00-18:00  

FL2013/L

O’Rahilly Building_G42(N)*
     

 

First Year Folklore Module

FL1004 Introduction to Irish Folklore & Ethnology

Modúil sa Chéad Bhliain Béaloideas

BD1001 Béaloideas: Scéal, Nós is Ealaín

Second Year Folklore Modules

FL2010 Festival and Ritual in Popular Culture
FL2015 Singers and Songs in Irish Tradition
FL2013 Archives and Folklore in Ireland

Modúil sa Dara Bliain Béaloideas

BD2001 Léann an Bhéaloidis
BD2003 Féile, Nós agus Cultúr an Phobail
FL2013 Archives and Folklore in Ireland

Third Year Folklore Modules

FL3001 Exploring Material Culture and Folklore
FL3010 Trad and Blues: Musical Traditions and Cultural Contexts
FL3012 Fieldwork and Folklore Seminar

Module for International Students

FL2111 Aspects of Irish Folklore

Department of Folklore and Ethnology

Béaloideas agus Eitneolaíocht

5 Elderwood,College Rd Cork,Ireland

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