Online learning and teaching for week commencing 7th & 14th December
University Campus North Lincolnshire (UCNL) will transition learning and teaching activities to online methods for week commencing 7th and 14th December 2020.
This is in line with the government’s announcement for Universities to move their provision online to support the mobility of students in the week leading up to the 7th
December. While UCNL does not tend to attract students from outside of the local area, we have a commitment to ensuring that staff and students do not have an increased risk of having to isolate as a result of someone within their face to face cohort testing positive.
Learning and teaching activities will be delivered through online means and full details will be provided by your programme team. With regards to assessment, some exceptions may apply whereby individual assessments will continue to take place as planned. Again, your programme team will keep you informed as to whether this applies to your assessment plan.
We want to ensure that everyone can make the most of the holiday period, continuing to follow government guidance and requirements. We have had a number of positive cases during the term, many of which have resulted in peers within learning bubbles also having to isolate. With an easing of government restrictions between 23 – 27 December, we do not want individuals having to self-isolate as a result of attending sessions at UCNL in the build up to holiday period.
Self-reporting of positive COVID cases and self-isolation:
While learning and teaching will move to online methods for these two weeks, we still have a responsibility to report any positive COVID cases and instances where individuals are required to self-isolate. Please could all individuals continue to self-report any cases using the form below.
The Physical UCNL campus:
From Monday 7th – 17th December, the UCNL building will remain open between the following hours:
Monday – Thursday 08.30 – 17.30
Friday 08.30 – 16.30
Starbucks and The Bistro will not be open during these two weeks. Vending machines will continue to offer hot drinks and confectionary.
Students will be able to access the UCNL Library during these two weeks (Please note that UCNL will close at 4pm on Friday)
A Click and Collect service for library books will be in operation during these two weeks, with students unable to attend during the day to be able to collect book orders from North Lindsey College. Further details will be provided by the UCNL Library Team. We would normally encourage all students to prepare for the holiday period, ensuring that you have the necessary books and resources to support you over this period.
The UCNL Academic Support Team will continue to provide excellent academic and pastoral support through Microsoft Teams, so please ensure that you use this facility.
Any student accessing DSA support can continue to do so online. The UCNL Academic Support Team can be contacted at: email@example.com
We do not anticipate that the government will close education buildings so expect, in January, that we will return to the blended models of learning and teaching experienced this term.
The UCNL Team would like to thank you for your continued support and to also wish you a
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Director of Higher Education (UCNL)
Thursday 26th November 2020
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