Since April 6, the Volga sports Academy has resumed the educational process. For the time being, it is in remote mode, since the threat of spreading coronavirus infection is still relevant, and the self-isolation regime is in effect in Tatarstan and other regions of Russia.
The self-isolation regime was extended throughout the Russian Federation, in accordance with a decree of Russian President Vladimir Putin from April 4 to April 30. As part of its implementation, the Minister of science and higher education of Russia, Valery Falkov, ordered "to ensure the implementation of educational programs using e-learning and distance education technologies" with "the maximum possible number of employees transferred from April 4 to April 30, 2020 to the remote mode of work".
Thus, since April 6, teachers of the Volga Academy will continue to give lectures in the DO system, which they have access to regardless of their location, according to the approved schedule. Currently, as explained by the head of the information technology Department Vladimir Suetin, the issue of remote access of University employees to electronic journals is being resolved. This means that students, in turn, must prepare for the resumption of classes and "appear" in the virtual classroom at the appointed time.