Instructor isolation and quarantine
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All faculty teaching fully in-person or hybrid courses should consider developing a plan for their own absence from the classroom for COVID-related reasons. Instructor isolation and quarantine can be managed through several approaches, including enlisting a colleague or teaching assistant to attend class meetings, attending class meetings remotely, and switching to online delivery for the duration of the absence.
Attending class meetings remotely
TLT supports several options for connecting you with your live classroom remotely. Contact TLT (email@example.com) if you need support.
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- Using a document camera in a Zoom meeting
- In-person COVID Toolkit
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