For our teachers

Private Area

To access the teachers’ private area, users must enter their registration number and password. Once logged into their personal account, they will have access to the following:

  • List of courses taught
  • Weekly timetable
  • System for entering grades and printing reports
  • Displaying the teacher evaluation questionnaire (SVAD)

FAQ for teachers

WARNING: some additional content may be in Italian.

To download and print the list of students enrolled on a course, a guide is available at this link

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As of the 1st examination session of the 2022-2023 academic year, the procedure for managing grade and attendance records has been revised. The following steps clearly outline the changes made so as to automate and simplify the process:


The faculty offices will hand over the examination attendance and grade records to the teacher.

During the examination, the teacher will sign the attendance report and put the marks in the grade book.

After the examination, the teacher will go to the academic office (located on the first floor, sector B) and hand over the attendance record only.

The teacher will enter the grades in the Private Area no more than 5 days later for the oral examinations and 15 days for the written papers.

The grade report does not have to be handed in, it will be the teacher’s responsibility to keep it aside for at least one month for possible revision requests by students.

Written examinations must be handed in by the teacher to the academic office.

Final examinations (end-of-term paper and final exam), which require an ‘average’ of several marks, will be assessed and recorded as usual by the faculty offices and the general office. 

See this guide on how to upload the grades

In the Private Area, there is a section where the teacher’s evaluation form can be viewed. Follow this guide to access it

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For the 2022/2023 academic year, the Congregation for Catholic Education did not renew the extraordinary permits offered in the previous two years due to the social and healthcare emergency caused by the pandemic. All programmes offering an academic degree will therefore be offered on site following any legislative directives that arise over time. This teaching delivery method will be combined in some cases with partial distance learning in accordance with the rules laid down in the Instruction for the application of the distance learning method in universities/church faculties. For this reason, the Authorities of the Faculties and Schools at the University will assess where to keep the possibility of registering lessons active for the 2022-2023 academic year. Where the service will be kept active, lessons will be recorded via the Teams platform according to the purposes and methods indicated below.

  • Teachers are required to offer lessons and broadcast them from the University premises (see DAD Rules, Art. 2).
  • Depending on the specific academic activities, the teaching organisation may provide for other teaching delivery methods that will be established and communicated by the relevant academic authorities (see DAD Rules, Art. 1).

Lectures are recorded for distance learning within the terms prescribed by the Congregation for Catholic Education in the ‘Standards for the Application of the Const. Ap. Veritatis gaudium’. 

The related data is therefore processed in accordance with Art. 6, para. 1(b) and (e) of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (the so-called GDPR), in accordance with the principles described in the information notice pursuant to Article 13 GDPR provided at the time of registration and/or signing of the teaching contract and/or acceptance of the given assignment. 

If a student does not wish to appear in the recording of a lesson (in audio and/or video), they are able to keep the webcam and/or microphone turned off on their device, while still ensuring that the teacher can ensure the student’s actual presence and participation in the lesson. 

During the course of the lesson, the teacher may switch off the webcam momentarily if it is significantly affecting the sharing and projection of teaching material and/or the quality of the connection, or in the case of contingent personal needs. Similarly, the teacher may temporarily mute the microphone in the event of personal needs. 

Lecture recordings may be suspended, and subsequently restarted, solely due to technical requirements and/or at the request of the teacher. 

The recording of the lesson must be paused and subsequently restarted in the event of breaks/interruptions in the lesson agreed upon with the teacher, e.g. during breaks between two units.

Where requested by the authorities, teachers will record the lessons, which will be available to the teachers themselves and to the students of the individual course (Team) according to the possibilities offered by the platform[1].

If the teacher is unable to start the recording for technical or other reasons, a student may do this. In the event that the teacher starts the lesson without starting the recording, a student may do so after reporting the situation to the teacher.

The lessons will be accessible by the Team, viewable online or via download depending on the type of recording.[1]

The recordings must remain available to students for the appropriate time to fulfil the purpose of distance learning, i.e. for the entire academic year in question[2]. At the end of the academic year (September-October) they will have to be cancelled. It is the teacher’s responsibility to delete the lesson, who, if necessary, can ask for support do this.

It is the responsibility of each team or course member to prevent the recording from being circulated as per the terms described above, in accordance with the law.

[1] IT platform policies vary and, in the terms of their services, are constantly evolving. As far as the Microsoft Teams platform is concerned, the registration criteria and related policies can be read here: Recording a meeting on Teams (

[2] If it has been established that all students in a course have taken and passed the relevant examination, records may be deleted even before the end of the academic year.

Course lesson recordings will be used exclusively for teaching purposes.

It is strictly forbidden for teachers and students to disseminate, disclose or communicate recordings, albeit partial, or stills of them to third parties.

Dissemination is only permitted with the consent of all the persons filmed and the express authorisation of the University.

All teachers teaching at our university must have access to these platforms: 

  • Private Area (see page:  
  • Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365):  
  • Online Materials (Moodle): 
  • Turnitin

Users must have a registration number and a PIN to access the Private Area. In the Private Area is official academic information on courses and the system for recording examination grades. More information on:

The University offers the teacher an e-mail account associated to a Microsoft 365 subscription. Once the contract has been regularised, the teacher will receive an e-mail with the necessary information. Click here for an access guide and more information.

Online Materials is the LMS (Learning Management System) Moodle platform available to the teacher. This platform can be accessed using the same credentials as the Microsoft 365 user. Here you can find information and some useful guides.

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Turnitin is a professional plagiarism prevention software. To access the platform, simply use your University e-mail and a password set by the teacher. It can be used both within Teams, Online Materials and by directly visiting All teachers receive a confirmation e-mail to log in, after which they can set their own password. The official guides can be found in English here.


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The main platform for the classroom (exchanging materials, streaming and recording the lesson, etc.) is Microsoft Teams, included in the Microsoft 365 software package. Online materials remain available for those who want more elaborate teaching functions.

For each individual course the General Secretariat creates a Microsoft Teams and a course in the Online Materials system. Students will be uploaded automatically once they are duly enrolled. 

To enable students to view and access the course, the teacher must “activate the Team” by simply entering the corresponding Team and clicking “Activate” at the top (Course Activation Guide). This only applies to Microsoft Teams, there is no need to activate the course in Online Materials.

Teams from the previous academic year’s lessons are archived, i.e. the materials remain available to the group members, but no changes can be made to the group. This archived status lasts for three years, after which all contents of the archived group are deleted. A guide on how to view an archived group can be found here.

When a student is found not to be in the correct Team, the error should be flagged to It is better not to manually enter new students into Teams because their absence is usually due to not having finalised their enrolment at the University and therefore the enrolment process must be completed before they can be part of the Team. 

Instead, you can add any collaborating teachers to the lesson Team yourself.

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