Stay and Do – new process to aid on-campus teaching preparation

July 21st, 2020

A new process has been introduced to enable academic and technical staff to access on-campus facilities before the start of term so that teaching materials can be prepared.

Stay and Do allows staff to work in bookable rooms in buildings on campus that have been approved for opening.

In order to access this service staff must complete a form which will be sent to them by their School or Department.

This process can be used in conjunction with the existing Grab and Go process, so that colleagues can retrieve materials from their offices and use them for teaching preparation in centrally bookable rooms.

Please note that we are not yet in a position to allow staff to work in their own offices in buildings that remain formally closed.

The Stay and Do process provides an opportunity for us to allow staff who need to come on to campus to work to do so, safely and in a controlled manner, and using buildings and facilities that have been formally checked and approved for opening.

More details about both processes can be found in the CV19 – Recovery Planning webpages.

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