Unitelma Sapienza students benefit from an integrated tutoring system that supports them throughout their academic career.
Degree programme tutors are responsible for guidance and monitoring at degree programme level, under the coordination of the Chair of the degree programme, taking direct and proactive action to achieve solutions to challenges; they monitor online learning and the various methods of developing educational interaction, and provide guidance to students on the degree programme regarding their training.
Subject tutors work in the virtual lecture rooms – Moodle pages – of the degree programme, in coordination with the Chair of the degree programme and lecturers in the subjects concerned. More specifically, they monitor and check that the Moodle page for teaching complies with the standards laid down by the Unitelma Sapienza e-learning model, and maintain continuous contact with students taught in their own subject area through the communication tools provided by the e-learning platform and other tools available to the University.
Technical tutors contribute to the practical implementation of the student-centred approach to e-learning. They provide technical support and monitoring for the e-learning platform and the teaching activities provided on it, in coordination with the Chairs of the degree programmes and the IT, Strategic and Business Systems Division of the University. They work to ensure that students are familiar with the technological environment of the e-learning platform, including through webinars, FAQs, forums and tutorials.
Finally, Process tutors support individual students, not in terms of subject content but rather in terms of analysing learning difficulties, potential setbacks in taking exams and/or submitting their dissertation.
Degree programme tutors
- monitoring online learning and how it is structured in terms of delivery and interactive teaching and self-study activities;
- monitoring the methods of developing educational interaction and the ways of involving teachers, subject tutors and students, as well as the activities carried out by students;
- monitoring, with reference to each course, in coordination with the Chair of the degree programme concerned, the appropriateness of the e-tivities (problems, reports, case studies, simulations, etc.);
- guiding students on the degree programmes;
- taking action to prevent drop-outs;
- supervising the work of subject tutors, in coordination with the Chair of the degree programme concerned and the support of the Teaching Division;
- collaborating with lecturers and subject tutors to organise e-tivities, with the specialist support of the technical tutor;
- organising training and refresher courses for subject tutors, with the support of the Teaching Division, with a view to improving online teaching;
- maintaining continuous contact with students on the degree programmes through the communication tools provided by the e-learning platform and other services available to the University, ensuring a prompt response.
CdS CLEA e CLEMI
CdS SCAMS e MOPS
Subject tutors for Bachelor’s Degree programmes
Subject tutors, who play an important role for students, are responsible for:
- maintaining a dialogue on the topics studied with those enrolled in the various degree programmes;
- creating study groups for exam preparation;
- developing the educational programmes and specific topics through webinars;
- supporting students in any learning difficulties related to individual subjects.
Barbara Belelli Marchesini
Subject tutors for Master’s programmes
Students enrolled in level I and II master’s programmes are supported in their learning by the following tutors in addition to their lecturers.
Fiamma Della Bella
The areas of intervention are:
- management of inactive students;
- integrated drop-out management;
- customer care;
- reception desk;
- disability and SLD desk.
The process tutorship is overseen by a dedicated Organisational Unit managed by Dr. Vincenzo D’Onofrio.