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Accessibility in studies [page]

Accessibility Accessibility refers to implementing a physical, mental, and social environment where everyone, regardless of their personal capabilities, can act and interact equally with others. At the university, accessibility affects all students and staff members, but it is especially important to those members of the university community who have a disability, who are ageing, or […]

EXAM system accessibility statement [page]

University of Eastern Finland EXAM system accessibility statement This accessibility statement applies to the EXAM system, and it was created on 25 June 2020. The accessibility statement was updated on 7.4.2021. This accessibility statement applies to the EXAM system and not the contents, for example the attachments of a single exam. Accessibility means that as many […]

Accessibility Statement [page]

Kamu – Web service Website The University of Eastern Finland wishes to guarantee the accessibility of its websites in accordance with the law about digital services (306/2019) (in Finnish). This accessibility statement applies to the website Kamu – databanl at provided by and its subsidiary pages. The website was first published on the […]

Guidelines for accessibility in studies are updated [article]

Guidelines for individual arrangements related to entrance examinations and studies are updated via KAMU: (The Decision of the Academic Rector 17.6.2019, Instructions for Students and Individual Study Arrangements Form). Individual study arrangements refer to measures previously known as special arrangements.

Accessibility in studies – aids and facilities [page]

Accessibility refers to the design of physical, psychological and social environments so as to allow everyone to function as equals despite their individual characteristics. At the university, accessibility is something that concerns all students and staff members; however, it is of particular importance to those members of the academic community who have a disability, who […]

Students’ mental health week 8.-14.4.2024 [article]

Students’ Mental Health Week is a campaign coordinated by the Student Well-being Network. The campaign is aimed at highlighting the mental health situation of students and building a more mentally healthy study culture. The theme of the campaign week is equality, particularly focusing on social accessibility. Check out event ideas for organizing campaign events (opens […]

Thorium Reader is the new reading application for Ellibs books [article]

For those who use Ellibs on computer, it is now possible to download eBooks to Thorium Reader. Thorium Reader supports the open-source Readium LCP (Licensed Content Protection) protection method for eBooks. Thorium Reader has paid special attention to accessibility. The application has, for example, a built-in read aloud feature for eBooks and extensive options for […]

Large maintenance break in Peppi on 18–19 October 2023 [article]

There will be a maintenance break in Peppi on 18–19 October while a new Peppi version is installed. Note that during the maintenance break the following services will NOT be available: Services functioning partially during the maintenance break: Tuudo EXAM Moodle Prepare for the maintenance break, and do the following on 17 October at the […]

Methods of completing studies [page]

Education Regulations describe how studies can be completed, and units responsible for courses (in Peppi: course implementations) have the authority to define the ways of completing courses in their curricula, including evaluation of study attainments. Students can complete studies individually or in groups through a variety of written and oral methods, such as lectures and […]