Online PandA Guidance

Classes for the 2022 academic year are conducted face-to-face in principle, but according to the level of restrictions on university activities caused by the spread of the COVID-19, the classes might alter to the online ones. In this guidance, you will learn how to use the learning support service PandA, which is used for viewing class materials, submitting assignments, etc. PandA may be used not only in online classes but also in face-to-face classes, so please familiarize yourself with its operation through this guidance.

What is the learning support service, PandA?

PandA is an online service that supports your classes by allowing you to submit assignments, answer quizzes, discuss class topics, and ask questions to the instructor, and so on. The way to use PandA and its functions vary depending on the course, so you will be informed by your instructor (some classes do not use it).
Click here for PandA Student Manual

Dates and Times of Online PandA Guidance

Date and time Remarks
10:30a.m.-11:30a.m.
April 1st
Please check the instruction guide below and prepare for the connection at least one day before the guidance.
The sessions are the same. We will provide a video of guidance later. If an overlap in guidance in your department or no laptop or network connection makes it difficult for you to participate in the sessions, please watch the video.
10:30a.m.-11:30a.m.
April 2nd
10:30a.m.-11:30a.m.
April 3rd
Date and time
10:30a.m.-11:30a.m.
April 1st
10:30a.m.-11:30a.m.
April 2nd
10:30a.m.-11:30a.m.
April 3rd
Remarks
Please check the instruction guide below and prepare for the connection at least one day before the guidance.
The sessions are the same. We will provide a video of guidance later. If an overlap in guidance in your department or no laptop or network connection makes it difficult for you to participate in the sessions, please watch the video.

On April 1 (Fri.) only, classrooms 31 and 32 on the thrid floor of the ILAS Bldg. in Yoshida-South campus will be open for those who come to the university on that day to receive their student ID cards. Due to limited seating, admission may be restricted. To avoid crowds at the venue, please attend the guidance from home where possible.
Click here for a map (building #10)
You can access the campus Wifi, KUINS-Air in the classroom. Please bring your laptop and earphones. Please note that there is no power supply in the room.
On April 2 and 3, there will be no venue for viewing on campus, so please connect from home.

How to connect to the online PandA guidance

Log in to PandA with your ECS-ID from the PandA login page.
After logging in, go to the “オンラインPandAガイダンス” site and click on the “Zoom” link. If you could not find the “オンラインPandAガイダンス” site, click on the matrics icon on the upper right of the PandA home page.
Click on the “Join” button under “オンラインPandAガイダンス” in the newly opened window to launch the Zoom application.

Zoom is a web conferencing application that is also used in Kyoto University online classes. Please install the Zoom application in advance by the day before the guidance.
On the day of the guidance, you will be able to connect from 30 minutes before the start of it.

Click here for the instruction guide

How to watch the recorded video of the guidance

The guidance video will be provided. If you could not attend the guidance until the end due to poor internet connection or equipment trouble, please watch the recorded video to learn how to use PandA.

Please log in to PandA with your ECS-ID from the PandA login page.
Select the “Online PandA Guidance” page and click on “Media Gallery” in the left menu.
Click on the thumbnail image to start playing the video.

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