Experiential course participation agreement complements lab, studio safety protocols
The university’s Academic Continuity Working Group has developed an experiential course participation agreement in response to faculty requests for a uniform document that could be used in labs, studios and other types of experiential-learning courses. The agreement has been reviewed by University Counsel and complements the guidance on safety protocols for labs, studios and other specialized learning spaces that was distributed on June 30. University Counsel and CELT also have developed a notice on the inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 that exists in any public space where people are present, including many on-campus settings. This notice will appear in Canvas courses where students will be attending in-person, face-to-face classes. Students will be asked to review and acknowledge the notice.
August 3, 2020 5:52 pm