This page contains the most important communication-related matters for Humak students.
Hoodle is Humak’s learning environment, where you can find course materials and course-related communication.
In the Student’s Guide you will find guidance and materials for students.
The internal information channel for students is Teams. There is an organization-wide Teams (Humak D) with communication channels for all students and staff, as well as regional channels and an International channel for international students. In addition, students have channels specific to their focus areas and study groups. Please follow these channels daily. The channel name is in bold when there are new unread messages.
You can also take advantage of Teams in your team projects and other assignments by creating your own working Teams for them.
The main social media channels for Humak’s communications are Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
Follow us on social media and share your Humak experiences with us. Humak’s communication team gives away surprise prizes for stories tagged with #vainhumakelämää and #humak.
The Humak website is Humak’s main news channel. There you can read what is happening at your University of Applied Sciences. The website publishes lots of topical news about our fields, our regions and studying at Humak, as well as publications and expert blogs.
We welcome tips on internships, projects or study experiences. Please send your story to email@example.com.
You can also find blogs written by students. You can read blog posts in English on the Humak Adventure and Outdoor Education blog.
In Finnish, you can find blog posts on the following blog pages:
Writing a blog can sometimes also be part of your coursework. Video blogs are also welcome. Discuss these with your PSP coach.
The following should be kept in mind when writing the text, but exceptions can be made if necessary:
Posting a blog
Further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Last modified: June 10, 2022