March 2020 Archive

Advisory: UPD taking simple additional COVID-19 precautions with public

To ensure the health and safety of our community, the University Police Department (UPD) is taking simple additional precautionary steps to prevent the potential exposure to and spread of COVID-19.

What the "Hunker Down" order means for UAA

On March 20, Mayor Berkowitz announced a “Hunker Down” order will be in place beginning 10 p.m. on Sunday, March 22 through Tuesday, March 31 at 11:59 p.m. Below is guidance on what this order means for UAA's Anchorage campus. Community campus directors will continue to make facility closure and remote-work decisions for their campus and local communities.

Alternate Course Delivery begins March 23

These are truly unprecedented times. In an effort to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, UAA will transition courses to alternate delivery methods beginning Monday, March 23. This means nearly every professor and student across the state will be leveraging online learning tools. Staff will be working remotely as well.

COVID-19 updates for campus buildings, technology and remote work

UAA community campus directors are making facility closure and remote-work decisions for their campus and local communities. Here is some important information you should know.

University of Alaska COVID-19 update for March 20

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Keep reading for news and information about the university’s COVID-19 response. Learn how to sign up for text alerts about UA's COVID-19 response, how to take advantage of internet connectivity support offers and more.

Best practices to optimize your working remotely online experience

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As employees transition to an online working environment, OIT asks everyone to follow these best practices in order to minimize systemwide and Cloud bandwidth usage. Lots of helpful tips here!

Helping Seawolves stay on track

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I wanted to touch base with you as you head back to class on Monday after our extended Spring Break. It will take some adjustment for many of you as your faculty transition from face-to-face to alternate forms of course delivery. We have prepared a guide to help you adjust your study habits (attached). It also has links to important campus resources.

March 24, 2020: Ask Me Anything! with Chancellor and Cabinet

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Please join Chancellor Sandeen and the Chancellor's Cabinet for an informal chat. Hear an update on the university and get answers to any questions you have.

Subscribe to IT Services notifications

UAA IT Services (ITS) is working to improve our communication of pending upgrades and current outages. As part of that effort, ITS is adding an option to subscribe to email notifications of these events.

Meet Your Colleagues: Rebecca Coffin

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Meet Your Colleagues highlights a different UAA employee every Friday. This week, we're featuring Rebecca Coffin, Academic & Divisional Support, Humanities Division, College of Arts & Sciences.

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