The way we deliver the course will clearly be different this year, but we are doing all we can to provide a high quality experience. We concluded that the best way to do this and avoid issues with IT, Teams and other things is to deliver lectures remotely, with recorded commentary, as well as to offer Q and A sessions with the faculty. A timetable for these sessions will go live in time for the course start date. This, coupled with a genuine request to contact any of us if you wish to discuss one to one or in a small group means the onus is on you to ask, but on us to engage. We are also posting all materials here, together with the normal teaching website. Past experience has indicated flaws in the University system, and the provision of material via a second route I hope will avoid most issues.
Information on the Q and A sessions and how to attend will be posted soon.
Please also note that some of the lectures are large files. I encourage you to download files for offline viewing at your earliest opportunity.
All the best,