Academic Support

Class Support System

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Japanese page takes precedence if there is any discrepancies in the content.

Since July 1, Hiroshima University has gradually increased face-to-face education and learning activities, with the "Hiroshima University Action Guidelines for Prevention of COVID-19" as Level 1.5. The third term (from Friday, October 2) will be implemented on the premise of compliance with the infection prevention actions based on the "new lifestyle".

HU's Policy Regarding Class Implementation in the 2020 Third Term (2020.8.31 updated)

(2020.9.18 updated)
Classes to be held in the 3rd term (starting Friday October 2nd)

Classes will be conducted mainly online, but the following will be carried out face-to-face as much as possible within the scope of sufficient infection prevention measures.

# Undergraduate specialized subjects for first year students
# Graduate classes except common subjects of graduate school, common subjects of each graduate school, and common subjects of major
# Classes where the number of participants is 20 or less and the deans judge that sufficient infection control measures can be implemented.
# Classes for which the dean judge that the educational effect cannot be obtained unless they are face-to-face, such as experiments/practices involving practical skills, and notify the education headquarters in advance to obtain permission.

For information on how to implement each class, please check the following lists, syllabus or class notices, etc. on Momiji.

<The face-to-face classes in the 3rd term(As of September 15)>
 ○Courses for undergraduate students/graduate students

# The above list includes courses that are conducted face-to-face in some lessons.
# If you are unable to confirm the method of implementation through the syllabus or "Momiji" class notices, please contact the school/graduate school providing the course.

How to take on-demand/online classes

1) On-demand/online classes at HU are mainly provided through Bb9 (on-demand type) and Microsoft Teams (interactive type). In some classes, other methods of LMS (Learning Management System) may be used, but information regarding lesson style will be given by the instructor in charge of the course.

2) Please download Microsoft Teams (application) on your computer from the following URL and register in advance. Please note that, for the registration, your IMC account (*1) and password are required.

3) When you access to the Bb9, the names of all the registered courses will be listed, and you can select the course you wish to take. To log into Bb9, your Hirodai ID (*2) and password are needed.

4) In case of attending a class via the Microsoft Teams, the instructor in charge of the class will give instructions about how to connect to the class (URL, etc.), so please access to the provided URL at the designated time. A way of connection may be found in the course on Bb9.

5) If you have any questions, please contact the student support office of your school/graduate school.

*1 IMC account = your student number (lower case alphabet)
Please enter <IMC account> in the user name for registration.
*2 Hirodai ID = your student number (capitalized alphabet)


Microsoft Teams

◆Terminal installation information and service time(educational information terminal room and open space)
HP of Information Media Center

Library usage guide

Writing Center

Student Plaza

Learning Support Office

◆Foreign language learing support (Please refer to the "Educational service column" under the linked Websites page).
HP of Institute for Foreign Language Research and Education