Information about how to prepare for and conduct a digital disputation/public defence. These routines outlined here have been put in place to ensure that the defence is still in accordance with the rules at UiO, but also to avoid unwanted or unnecessary disturbances during the defence.
A digital defence makes use of Zoom for communication. The general information applies to everyone who wishes to attend a digital defence. In addition, depending on your role in the defence, you may have specific responsibilities listed below.
A digital defence can be either completely or partially digital. Read more about the different types of digital defence here. Not all faculties and departments offer partially digital defences yet.
A digital trial lecture can either be held as a video conference over Zoom or by using Zoom to record the lecture by yourself.
The defence technician is the host of the defence, and is responsible for managing all participants during the entire defence.
As the chair of the committee you need to learn how to use Zoom inn general. In addition you have some extra responsibility during a partially digital defence.