Feedback on Base Plan to Reopen
Based on the base plan scenario presented, please share on a scale of 1 to 7 the practicality of these factors in ensuring the safety and the educational experience, with 7 being your assessment of the highest level of practicality and any further comments or considerations.
In-person instruction will begin on Monday, August 17 and final exams will conclude before the Thanksgiving holiday.
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Online classes and experiential learning/short-course professional experiences for students will be offered in a new December-January term.
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Experiential service learning, affinity-group activities and co-curricular activities as alternatives to fall breaks.
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Asking all students to remain in the North Country for the duration of the fall semester to limit spread of COVID-19 in your hometowns or in our campus community.
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Holding Virtual Events in lieu of Traditional Large Gathering Events.
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Leverage our 640-acre campus to promote safe and healthy outdoor wellness experiences.
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Test systematically and contact trace anyone testing positive for COVID-19 in close concert with our St. Lawrence Health System and County Public Health partners.
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With all four colleges in the region, using phone apps that could quickly help identify in a confidential manner exposure to people who tested positive.
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Technology in all classrooms and academic service areas to support remote, online learning for those who may need this option.
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Staggering the order of move-in of students for the fall semester to reduce density.
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Delivering more faculty team-taught courses to ensure access to educators in smaller groups.
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Doing more cohort-based scheduling and housing to reduce the number of interactions among students only in the fall semester.
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