Covid-19 Information for Faculty and Instructors

Nazia Zakir and Bonnie Ferri

(Left) Nazia Zakir, assistant vice president of Environmental Health and Safety, and (right) Bonnie Ferri, vice provost for Graduate Education and Faculty Development.

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Frequently Asked Questions

[Editor's Note: This page was reviewed and updated on February 9, 2021.]

Table of Contents    
Classes and Coursework Campus Operations and Student Services Technology
Online Teaching Research and Labs Travel
Health and Safety    

FAQ

Classes and Coursework

May faculty/instructors share a recording of class activities with students enrolled in the class?

A recording of class activities may be shared with enrolled students. Students may not share the recording with persons outside of the class.

More information about class recordings are on the Office of the Provost website.


 

Do faculty/instructors need to ask permission from students to record classes?

Faculty/instructors are not required to obtain permission to record a class if the recording will not be shared with persons outside of students enrolled in such class. Faculty, however, should inform students prior to recording.

More information about class recordings are on the Office of the Provost website.


 

Will we be able to plan seminars, symposia, and similar academic activities this spring?

Activities related to the academic enterprise, including orientations, student and faculty recruitment, symposia, lectures, and conferences, should be planned to allow for social distancing and minimizing of large groups. Contingency plans should be made for transitioning to remote implementation in all cases. Please review the Institute’s Spring Campus Events Guidelines for policies and additional recommendations. Transitioning symposia, meetings, invited speakers, conferences, and other programming to a virtual format is recommended.

We recommend that faculty-focused gatherings be delivered remotely where feasible, including New Faculty Orientation, faculty meetings, curriculum and planning meetings, and other faculty-centric activities.


 

A student with an approved accommodation from the Office of Disability Services (ODS) has contacted me to discuss the request. How do I handle this?

If you have been contacted by a student with an approved accommodation, please work closely with the student and ODS to understand the request and student needs. Please make a good faith effort to investigate whether the requested accommodations are possible for the course. 

If the accommodation request results in a fundamental alteration of the stated learning outcome of the course, please contact the student and ODS to explain the reasoning for the decision. Encourage students to work with ODS and their academic advisor to find a suitable alternative that, as far as possible, preserves the student’s progress toward graduation.


 

Will Spring 2021 classes be delivered in the same modes as fall classes?

As in the fall semester, classes will be offered in one of three modes — residential, hybrid, and remote.

In all modes, instructors are asked to provide clear communication regarding course delivery and expectations. For the spring, however, we will take the opportunity to improve on the hybrid mode by substantially increasing the clarity of the in-person engagement that is expected within each offering.

Hybrid course instructors will clearly outline, in the syllabus and Course Description Tool, the expectations for regular and pre-scheduled in-person engagement and be explicit about details regarding assessments, attendance expectations, and other pertinent course details. Please note: Attendance policies are set by individual instructors.

The primary components of our spring plan include a revised academic calendar and refined course delivery mode expectations that promote meaningful and regular face-to-face interactions for students with faculty, academic staff, and peers.

Visit the Registrar’s Office to learn more about the course mode definitions and for detailed instructions on accessing specific course information in OSCAR.


 

How is the Spring 2021 semester calendar changing?

To minimize the health risk to our community due to travel-related transmission, there will not be a weeklong Spring Break, and the first day of classes has been delayed to Thursday, Jan. 14. To allow students the opportunity for a mid-semester break from instruction, no classes will be held (also no assignments or assessments due) on Tuesday, March 16, and Wednesday, March 24. The dates of final exams have not been changed.

The mid-semester break days from instruction are intended to provide students with a mental break from coursework, and as such, faculty are encouraged to not schedule exams or align major homework due dates for the day or two immediately following the break days.

The key dates of the Spring 2021 academic calendar are: 

  • Thursday, Jan. 14: Classes begin 
  • Monday, Jan. 18: Martin Luther King Jr. Day (national holiday)
  • Tuesday, March 16: No classes, assignments, or assessments
  • Wednesday, March 24: No classes, assignments, or assessments 
  • Monday, April 26 – Tuesday, April 27: Final instructional class days
  • Thursday, April 29 – Thursday, May 6: Final exams

Students will have the same number of instructional days as a typical academic semester and as required by accreditation norms. The Faculty Executive Board, acting on behalf of the Academic Faculty Senate, has approved these changes, as required by the Faculty Handbook.

Other relevant dates for spring include: 

  • Monday, Jan. 11 – Tuesday, Jan. 12: FASET orientation for incoming first-year, transfer, and exchange students.
  • Wednesday, Jan. 13: New spring resident housing move-in.

For a full list of Spring calendar dates, visit the Registrar’s Office.  


 

Why are we increasing on-campus interactions for the spring?

This fall, we gathered more than 6,000 student survey responses and talked to more than 200 students, faculty, and teaching assistants through listening sessions. The data revealed that on average nine out of 10 student survey respondents agreed or strongly agreed that their instructors have been empathetic and flexible with them during the pandemic.

Some of the feedback was not as positive. It showed us very clearly that students want more in-person experiences. We also heard various reports of difficulties around the hybrid model, including inconsistent personal engagement that left students feeling isolated, technology challenges associated with both synchronous and asynchronous delivery, and an increase in the amount of time needed to prepare and deliver courses. Read the student survey and focus groups summary report.

With this community feedback in mind, we will approach the spring course modes with the following goals:

  • Continue to be guided by the scientific evidence concerning the transmission and mitigation of the coronavirus, including recommended personal hygiene and physical distancing behaviors, consistent participation in surveillance testing, and appropriate preparedness and responsiveness to any positive cases within the Georgia Tech community.
  • Maximize the number of courses offered in residential and hybrid course modes.
  • For hybrid courses, increase the number of meaningful and regular interactions to provide students greater opportunity for personal engagement with faculty, academic staff, and peers.
  • Maximize synchronous interaction whenever possible, even when combined with asynchronous lecture content, and engage students in high-quality remote instruction when in-person or hybrid instruction is not possible.
  • Be clear and consistent in all our communication about course and attendance expectations.

 

Why are we increasing on-campus interactions for the spring?

This fall, we gathered more than 6,000 student survey responses and talked to more than 200 students, faculty, and teaching assistants through listening sessions. The data revealed that on average nine out of 10 student survey respondents agreed or strongly agreed that their instructors have been empathetic and flexible with them during the pandemic.

Some of the feedback was not as positive. Feedback showed us very clearly that students want more in-person experiences. We also heard various reports of difficulties around the hybrid model, including inconsistent personal engagement that left students feeling isolated, technology challenges associated with both synchronous and asynchronous delivery, and an increase in the amount of time needed to prepare and deliver courses. Read the student survey and focus groups summary report.

With this community feedback in mind, we will approach the spring course modes with the following goals:

  • Continue to be guided by the scientific evidence concerning the transmission and mitigation of the coronavirus, including recommended personal hygiene and physical distancing behaviors, consistent participation in surveillance testing, and appropriate preparedness and responsiveness to any positive cases within the Georgia Tech community.
  • Maximize the number of courses offered in residential and hybrid course modes.
  • For hybrid courses, increase the number of meaningful and regular interactions to provide students greater opportunity for personal engagement with faculty, academic staff, and peers.
  • Maximize synchronous interaction whenever possible, even when combined with asynchronous lecture content, and engage students in high-quality remote instruction when in-person or hybrid instruction is not possible.
  • Be clear and consistent in all our communication about course and attendance expectations.

 

Where can I find additional guidance on course modes?

Please see the Academic Restart FAQs


 

What will face-to-face instruction look like?

With limited seating in a classroom, a smaller group of students may attend the class on rotating intervals with the remaining students performing complementary self-paced work or participating in the class remotely for those sessions. The exact number of students will depend on the seating capacity of rooms and the frequency of class meeting times.

Classes that meet three times per week should generally be divided into three groups of students, each of which attend in person during one of the three meetings.

Similarly, a class that meets twice weekly should be divided into two groups. For classes meeting only once per week, we recommend that the class be divided into two groups each of which attends in person on alternate weeks.

For hybrid courses, instructors can pair similarly structured in-person experiences with remote engagement.

In all delivery modes, faculty will accept papers, projects, tests, homework, and other assignments only in electronic form unless the assignment is a physical artifact.


 

Will Spring 2021 final exams be delivered remotely?

For the Spring 2021 semester, final exams and assessment will be delivered in a format that is consistent with the course mode and as selected by the instructor to appropriately assess mastery of the course. This means residential and hybrid courses may have traditional in-person finals, and remote and some hybrid courses may have finals delivered remotely.


 

CLASSES AND COURSEWORK RESOURCES


For questions not addressed in the FAQs, these resources contain a wealth of information on the subject(s):


FAQ

Online Teaching

What tools should I use to deliver my classes online? Can I use any online platforms I’d like?

Faculty must use Georgia Tech-authorized tools and platforms in order to safeguard student information. Those existing tools include Canvas, Kaltura, Piazza, BlueJeans, Microsoft Teams, and WebEx video conferencing. Find resources and tutorials for these services and more at services.gatech.edu.

The Georgia Tech Remote and Hybrid Teaching Academy provides sessions and resources on technology best practices.


 

I have questions about teaching my courses online. Where can I get help?

Georgia Tech Remote and Hybrid Teaching Academy has asynchronous and synchronous resources available. Information sessions, workshops, and individual consultation sessions are available for any faculty member who needs refreshing on the available tools. Your college and/or school leadership also stands ready to assist you to get the resources and training you need.  


 

Will Georgia Tech offer digital proctoring options for tests?

Yes. Digital proctoring refers to controlling the test-taking environment and the real-time audio and video surveillance of test-takers to detect unauthorized behavior.

Starting in Fall 2020, Honorlock is the digital proctoring solution available at Georgia Tech. However, before employing Honorlock, it is important faculty consider alternative approaches to assessment and the tools that are available.

If using Honorlock, make sure that you include the following requirements in your Syllabus:

  • Please refer to important Honorlock technical requirements
  • Students must have a broadband internet connection
  • Students must have a webcam and microphone
  • Students must have a secure private location to take an exam
  • Students will be asked to provide a picture ID as part of the exam process
  • Honorlock is not compatible with Linux OS, Virtual Machines, tablets, or smartphones
  • Honorlock requires that you install the Honorlock Chrome extension into Google Chrome.

 

How can I record lectures or prepare asynchronous content for my courses?

Faculty can use Kaltura Personal Capture, which is integrated into Canvas, or Camtasia to record desktop activity, video, and audio to prepare instructional materials. Camtasia is an all-in-one screen recorder and video editor, which makes it simple to record and create professional-looking videos on Windows and Mac. This software is available to Georgia Tech faculty and their support personnel (TAs, instructional designers) for course content creation.

Important: While Camtasia is now available for recording and editing, Kaltura continues to be the delivery mechanism for course content. After creating your content using Camtasia, make sure to upload it to the Media Gallery (Kaltura) in Canvas.

To download Camtasia, access training sessions, and for more information, visit Camtasia Recording and Editing Software.


 

How can I conduct accessible real-time (synchronous) sessions?

BlueJeans and Microsoft Teams provide automated captioning in synchronous sessions. These automated captions are 70-85% accurate, depending on clarity of speech as well as the content matter. If a session is recorded and downloaded, the video can be published through the Media Gallery (Kaltura) in Canvas, which will provide machine-level (automated) captions.


 

If I create a recording, how can I ensure that it is accessible?

Faculty can use Kaltura Personal Capture, which is integrated into Canvas, or Camtasia to record desktop activity, video, and audio to prepare instructional materials.

These recordings should be delivered using Media Gallery (Kaltura) inside Canvas. This delivery mechanism will provide machine-level (automated) captions for the delivery of media.

The accuracy of these captions depends on the clarity of speech as well as the content matter. Faculty/TAs can edit these captions. Professional captioning services are available and can be very costly.


 

How can I allow more time on a test or allow a student to take a test multiple times?

The Quiz tool within Canvas allows accommodations (e.g., extended time, multiple attempts, etc). The following links provide a step-by-step guide on how to set up each accommodation in Canvas: 


 

How accessible is Canvas?

While Canvas, Georgia Tech’s learning management system, does contain accessibility features, it is important to ensure that the resources/documents shared with students through Canvas are also accessible. For more information on how faculty can create accessible courses, please see Maintaining Accessibility When Teaching Remotely.


 

How are we approaching closed captioning for courses with students who have hearing difficulties?

We encourage the use of Microsoft Teams instead of BlueJeans at this time as it has an automated captioning function. The Office of Disability Services can also do real-time captioning as needed but needs some notice to make arrangements. 


 

A student in my class has accommodations through the Office of Disability Services. How should I provide these accommodations when teaching and assessing remotely?

The Office of Disability Services continues to be the point of contact for students and faculty in terms of accommodations requests. Faculty can review their students' accommodations by accessing the  Disability Services AIM portal. There, faculty can view a list of students who have requested accommodations and which accommodations they need by class and section.

  • Faculty should consider alternate assessments to timed, exam-based assessments, as many students with disabilities have special situations that could impact their ability to complete a timed, online exam.
  • Students should review updated syllabi for course adjustments and contact faculty via email if there are concerns.
  • Faculty should also check-in with each student via email to ensure that accommodations are applicable and adequate. 
  • Students and faculty should consistently monitor and address accommodation concerns and continue to vet all questions about accommodations through the Office of Disability Services.

For more information on how faculty can create accessible courses, please see Maintaining Accessibility When Teaching Remotely

For more information on accessible resources, please see Academic Continuity Resources for Faculty.


 

What is the policy if students want to record part of their classes? 

Faculty/instructors may prohibit students from making their own recordings unless required as an Institute-required accommodation. Faculty/instructors may allow recordings but prohibit sharing. Suggested syllabus language is available on the Office of the Provost website.


 

Where can I get help preparing my course for hybrid teaching?

Please review the Hybrid Teaching Guide for Spring 2021, available on the Provost’s website, for detailed guides, tools, and resources.


 

Can I have in-person meetings with students in my classes or research group, or with students I advise?

In most cases, we recommend one-on-one or small group meetings be conducted remotely. This is the preferred and most common option used by academic advisors and other student services. When in-person one-on-one or small group meetings are needed or requested, meetings should be set up in a place that accommodates social distancing and follows all health and safety protocols, including the use of face coverings. 


 

Will faculty members have the discretion to choose the specific hybrid mode for their class? Can they determine how often it should meet?

Yes, faculty members should choose the hybrid mode that is most appropriate to the pedagogical needs of the course. Instructors will also need to assess the capacity of the assigned classroom space. 

There is not a policy requiring a minimum number of in-person meetings for a hybrid course. However, faculty should seek to engage the students in a few meaningful in-person meetings throughout the term. 

The exact number and timing should be determined by the instructor in accordance with significant events in their syllabus. The faculty member has flexibility to choose when those touchpoints are most effective for the course.


 

ONLINE TEACHING CONTACTS AND RESOURCES


For questions not addressed in the FAQs, these resources contain a wealth of information on the subject(s):


FAQ

Health and Safety

How will I be notified if one of my students is missing class due to diagnosis with or exposure to Covid-19? Should I inform the class if this happens?

If a student in one of your classes needs to quarantine or self-isolate due to diagnosis with or exposure to Covid-19, the Office of the Dean of Students will inform you that they are missing class for a legitimate reason. Avoid inferring the reason. Students may also inform you personally of their situation.

In either case, do not inform or do contact tracing involving other class members. All notification and contact tracing efforts will be handled by the Georgia Department of Public Health, with assistance from Stamps Health Services.

If necessary, you may follow existing procedures for requesting documentation from the Office of the Dean of Students.

You can find more details about handling illnesses in your classes on the Academic Restart FAQs.


 

What kinds of preventative practices are in place to protect students, faculty, and staff on campus?

Everyone is expected to continue to follow basic guidelines from the Georgia Department of Public Health (GDPH), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Governor’s Covid-19 Task Force, including:

  • Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  • Use hand sanitizer in the absence of soap and water.
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or inner elbow.
  • Social distancing (6 feet of separation from others) at work:
    • Be respectful of others’ personal space.
    • Assess and adjust workspaces to maximize social distancing, including spacing furniture with 6 feet of separation.
    • Hold meetings virtually whenever possible.
    • Provide services remotely whenever possible.
    • Do not share phones, desks, offices, computers, or other equipment. In cases where equipment is shared, it should be disinfected before and after each use.
    • Do not gather in groups of more than 10 people when social distancing cannot be maintained.
    • When interacting in open environments (e.g., outdoors, atriums, auditoriums) or in indoor common areas, keep a safe social distance.
    • Limit occupancy in elevators to maintain social distancing.
    • Use care when entering or exiting restrooms to maintain a safe distance.
    • Do not use a restroom when it is being cleaned.
    • Supervisors should allow employees to take meals outside or in separate locations.
    • Cancel or postpone any events or activities (networking happy hours, lunch-and-learns, etc.) or consider hosting them virtually.
    • Avoid all person-to-person contact, including handshaking.

Effective July 15, 2020, University System of Georgia (USG) institutions required all faculty, staff, students, and visitors to wear appropriate face coverings while inside campus facilities/buildings where 6 feet social distancing may not always be possible. Face covering use is in addition to,  not a substitute for, social distancing.

Signs are posted at building entrances prohibiting anyone with a fever or symptoms of Covid-19 from entering. Contact-less thermometers have been supplied to all buildings.

To mitigate the spread of the coronavirus, Georgia Tech implemented a wellness check protocol designed to help protect the health and safety of our community. This wellness check includes temperature screenings. All employees are strongly encouraged to administer the Covid-19 Daily Self-Checklist before coming to campus.


 

What if I become ill during the semester?

Some faculty members may be required to quarantine due to exposure or isolate due to a Covid-19 diagnosis. Some disruption to classes is inevitable, but Georgia Tech is making every effort to ensure continuity of operations.

  • As is the case in any semester, you may cancel a class if you have an illness or emergency situation and cover any missed material at your own discretion.
  • If you need to cancel a class, notify students as early as possible.
  • If you need to cancel a class repeatedly, a backup will be supplied in the form of a temporary substitute instructor or asynchronous work.
  • No course will be canceled after the first class has occurred.

 

What additional safety measures are in place for classrooms, specifically?

  • Hand sanitizer stands are provided in every building at the entrances and in restrooms and classrooms.
  • Disinfectant and wipes are available in classrooms and for workspaces.
  • Supplies of disposable face coverings for students are available in many buildings across campus. See where you can pick up a face covering if you need one.
  • Classrooms have been configured to maintain 6 feet social distancing. The tables have been numbered to allow for assigned seating.
  • If classrooms have two entrances, they have specific designations for entering and exiting.
  • All classrooms are cleaned by Building Services staff and fogged daily.
  • Facilities Management has upgraded air filters to MERV-13 filters where possible, and ensured all systems are operating optimally.
  • Air purifiers have been installed in classrooms in Skiles and D.M. Smith, where HVAC systems could not be upgraded to MERV-13.
  • Air quality sensors have been installed in various classrooms across campus, and the data is being captured and monitored.

 

Will instructors have to share microphones in classrooms?

If you want to amplify your voice, you can request a microphone to use in conjunction with the room speech reinforcers, where available. Faculty can check out these microphones for the duration of the semester.


 

How often are classrooms cleaned?

All classrooms are cleaned by Building Services staff and fogged daily. More information is available on the Facilities Management website.


 

What kind of Covid-19 testing is available on campus?

Georgia Tech is taking an aggressive, multi-pronged approach for limiting the spread of the coronavirus on campus, a strategy that depends heavily on support and participation from members of the campus community.

  • Asymptomatic Surveillance Testing Program
    All students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to undergo frequent testing as part of this program. 
    • Relying on saliva to obtain samples used to detect the virus, this program employs a dual pooling approach that combines samples from multiple individuals and tests them as a group in an on-campus lab.
    • Dual pooling dramatically increases the number of community members that can be sampled with a single coronavirus test.
    • Several testing sites are offered for asymptomatic Georgia Tech students, faculty and staff: Covid-19 Testing Locations and Hours.
  • Symptomatic Student Testing
    Testing for currently enrolled students with Covid-19 symptoms is available at the Stamps Health Center.

 

How often are high-traffic areas and frequently touched surfaces cleaned?

Georgia Tech’s staff disinfect door handles, railings, countertops, and other frequently touched surfaces at least once daily. They have also increased restroom cleaning, targeting four cleanings per day.


 

I’ve been exposed to Covid-19 but have no symptoms. What should I do?

Please refer to the Covid-19 Decision Tree to help you plan your next steps.


 

Will Covid-19-related accommodations for Fall 2020 be automatically extended for Spring 2021?

Current Covid-19-related employment accommodations granted for staff, faculty members, graduate research assistants (GRA), and graduate teaching assistants (GTA) for Fall 2020  have been extended through May 2021.

Extensions must be documented via a signed addendum,  sent to each employee by Georgia Tech Human Resources (GTHR). Staff, faculty members, GTAs, and GRAs and their direct supervisors must sign the addendum and return a copy to GTHR and their respective HR Business Partner or HR Director.


 

I’ve developed Covid-19 symptoms. Where can I get tested?

  • Students: Make an appointment with Stamps Health Services at health.gatech.edu. Let them know you are experiencing Covid-19-related symptoms when scheduling.
  • Postdoctoral Researchers: Those on the Student Health Insurance Plan will receive free testing at Stamps Health Services.
  • Staff/Faculty: Make an appointment with your primary care provider or refer to the state’s information resource for testing.

 

How do faculty members, GRAs, and GTAs request new Covid-19-related accommodations for the Spring 2021 semester?

Please note: The deadline to submit a Covid-19 related accommodation request based on age (65 or older, including those who will turn 65 during the spring semester) or underlying medical condition was Friday, Oct. 9. Decisions about accommodations were communicated no later than Wednesday, Oct. 14

Higher risk faculty, GTAs, or GRAs assigned to teach this spring, but who are unable to return to campus due to Covid-19, may wish to request an alternate work arrangement via GTHR.

The Return-to-Campus Manager’s Tool Kit outlines those higher risk categories, as well the process for requesting Covid-19 related alternate work arrangements. Note: For requests based on an underlying medical condition, supporting medical documentation must accompany the request form for the review process to begin.

If you need assistance or have questions regarding accommodation requests, email Ann F. Harris, GTHR-Employee Relations Compliance Advisor.


 

I have tested positive for Covid-19. What do I do?

If you test positive for Covid-19 or begin to have symptoms, please follow the steps outlined in the Campus Guidelines: If You Get Sick.

Positive cases should be reported to Stamps Health Services. If a person received a test at Stamps or through the CLIA-certified surveillance testing on campus, that will happen automatically. Students and employees who utilize non-Georgia Tech-sponsored testing will be required to notify Stamps Health Services of the positive result through an online portal.

If a student tests positive, the student should isolate at their permanent home if possible. If the student lives in on-campus housing and cannot return home, Georgia Tech will provide a space for the student to isolate until the student meets criteria for ending isolation. If the student lives in off-campus housing, the student will need to isolate in their off-campus residence. Students in isolation and quarantine will be followed up by medical staff on a regular basis to monitor their welfare and progress. They will also have access to meal delivery.  

If a faculty or staff member tests positive, the person should work with their supervisor to identify co-workers or other members of the Georgia Tech community who were close contacts during the infectious period. The contact notification team will work with an employee’s supervisor to provide notification of exposure to close contacts and to provide information to the Georgia Department of Public Health as a part of DPH’s contact tracing efforts. 


 

Will employees be required to wear face masks? Will they be provided?

Effective July 15, 2020, University System of Georgia (USG) institutions required all faculty, staff, students, and visitors to wear an appropriate face covering while inside campus facilities/buildings where six feet social distancing may not always be possible. Face covering use is in addition to, and is not a substitute for, social distancing.

Face coverings are not required in one’s own dorm room or suite, when alone in an enclosed office or study room, or in campus outdoor settings where social distancing requirements are met. 

Anyone not using a face covering when required will be asked to wear one or must leave the area. Repeated refusal to comply with the requirement may result in discipline through the applicable conduct code for faculty, staff, or students.

Reasonable accommodations may be made for those who are unable to wear a face covering for documented health reasons.

Cloth face coverings may be used in lab spaces that do not contain chemical, biological, or radioactive agents. Single-use surgical masks are required to be worn, and will be provided, while in lab spaces containing chemical, biological, or radioactive agents. In labs where these agents are present, normal lab safety and PPE protocol will remain in place.

For more information about face masks and coverings, review the guidelines from Human Resources.


 

What will happen if someone gets sick or shows symptoms? Will you notify their classmates/instructors/colleagues?

If a person received a test at Stamps or through the CLIA-certified surveillance testing on campus, positive results will automatically be reported to Stamps Health Services.

Students and employees who utilize non-Georgia Tech-sponsored testing will be required to notify Stamps Health Services of their positive result through an online portal. All test results reporting will be conducted in compliance with HIPAA and other privacy regulations.

Optional Covid-19 Radar App 
Georgia Tech is using NOVID, a pandemic radar app that will help students, staff, and faculty get ahead of the spread of the coronavirus. NOVID is the only app that notifies you before you’ve been exposed to the virus so you can take the necessary precautions to avoid getting sick. Use of the app is voluntary, and it is available at no cost to members of the Georgia Tech community. Information about the app is available on the Covid Central portal

First, download the NOVID app from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store. Enter the community code “JACKETS” when prompted, or at the top of the Settings page. 

  • NOVID anonymously detects nearby users to build a web of people connected to you. If any of them reports an exposure or positive test result, you will receive a notification through the NOVID app. 
  • NOVID captures no personally identifiable information from users.  
  • The app exchanges information with other phones also running the app. It records a frequently changing code to other devices so they can be alerted if necessary — but without sharing any personally identifiable information.  
  • Pairs of code interactions are stored on the NOVID server for a limited period of time. 
  • If a student receives a positive Covid-19 test at Stamps Health Services, they will be given a one-time code that they can enter into the app, which will send a notification to other phones the app has recorded as potential exposures. 
  • If a student has been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 and is contacted by a contact tracer, they will be given a one-time code that they can enter into the app, which will send a notification to other phones within their network. 
  • Community members who have received positive tests elsewhere on campus or off campus are required, as part of public health regulations, to report this to Stamps Health Services. They will also receive an app notification code after they have contacted Stamps. 
  • Researchers from the Georgia Tech Research Institute’s Software Assurance Branch evaluated NOVID for privacy protections to make sure it doesn’t record personal information that could identify users — and for cybersecurity issues to make sure it protects the device. 
  • More details about the NOVID app are available on the Covid Central portal and at novid.org.

 

How can I get personal protective equipment (PPE) for my office/department/unit?

Environmental Health and Safety has established a PPE Depot at the EHS Building, 793 Marietta St. Building managers can put in PPE requests for staff and research operations through the EHS website at www.ehs.gatech.edu/covid-19/request.


 

How have cleaning and disinfecting protocols been stepped up to protect students, faculty, and staff on campus?

Building managers and Facilities Management adhere to the following measures to limit the spread of the coronavirus and promote a safe campus:

  • Buildings and labs first undergo proper cleaning and disinfection protocols before reopening.
  • All uses of indoor common areas must adhere to social distancing guidelines. Some common areas may be closed if social distancing cannot be maintained while in use.
  • Elevators have signs posted indicating their capacity to allow for proper social distancing.
  • Restrooms are disinfected four times a day. Use caution when entering or exiting to maintain social distancing.
  • Restrooms are closed to anyone other than cleaners during cleaning times.
  • Cleaning of labs is performed regularly by research personnel. They are trained in proper cleaning methods prior to resuming lab operations.
  • Instructions are posted for proper hygiene and handwashing, according to guidelines from GDPH, CDC, and the Governor’s Covid-19 Task Force.
  • Campus Guidelines with health information and protocols are available for all faculty, staff, and students at health.gatech.edu/campus-guidelines.

Other precautions include installation of signage to encourage best practices regarding personal hygiene and the movement of people through campus spaces, upgraded air filtration systems (where possible), workspace modifications, and staggered scheduling for on-campus community members. Setup in offices, classrooms, labs, makerspaces, etc. is modified to facilitate social distancing and enable cleaning and disinfection protocols.


 

What should faculty and staff do if they develop symptoms of Covid-19?

If you start to feel sick on campus, you should notify your manager or supervisor, leave campus immediately, avoiding all rideshare, public transportation, and taxis if possible, and contact your primary care physician.

If you’re at home and start feeling sick, or if you answer “yes” to any of the questions on the Covid-19 Daily Self-Checklist before coming to campus, stay home. Please notify your manager or supervisor and contact your primary care physician.

Please also refer to the Covid-19 Exposure Decision Tree to help you plan your next steps.


 

Can I still request Covid-19-related accommodations if I have not before?

Please note: The deadline to submit a Covid-19 related accommodation was Friday, Nov. 6, 2020.  

Staff members who fall within the higher risk categories (underlying medical condition defined by the CDC or 65 years and older) may request an alternative work arrangement via GTHR.

Qualifying medical conditions include the following:

To request a Covid-19 accommodation, employees must complete the Georgia Tech Covid-19 Higher Risk Alternative Work Arrangement Request Form. For requests based on an underlying medical condition, supporting medical documentation must accompany the request form for the review process to begin. If an employee is requesting an accommodation based on age, no other information is needed once the request is submitted. GTHR will verify age through OneUSG.  

If an employee needs to request an accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), there is no deadline and employees may submit a request at any time by completing the Employee Accommodation Request Form.

The accommodations review process minimizes the number of individuals involved. Only GTHR will have access to forms submitted and any medical documentation requested. Accommodation request and supporting documentation are not maintained in the employee’s personnel file and are kept separately in a confidential file. All individuals reviewing requests understand the highly sensitive nature of the information being disclosed and have been instructed not to share this sensitive information.

For assistance regarding Covid-19 or ADA accommodation requests, please email Ann F. Harris, GTHR-Employee Relations Compliance Advisor.


 

If I need to be tested for Covid-19, with my USG-sponsored health plan cover the costs?

For Covid-19-related, in-network provider visits and testing, out of pocket costs such as deductibles, copayments, and coinsurance will be waived if you are enrolled in one of the USG healthcare plans through Anthem BCBSGA or Kaiser Permanente (including employees enrolled in the Consumer Choice HSA).

All telehealth visits through LiveHealth Online, including those unrelated to Covid-19, will be covered at 100% with no out of pocket costs for all USG healthcare plans through June 30, 2021.

All USG employees are eligible for free Covid-19 virtual screenings through Augusta University Health System’s AU Health Express Care app.

Screenings are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, at no cost and no appointment required. You log in to the app from home. Screenings are done by a provider who is a physician, nurse practitioner, or physician’s assistant and trained to screen for Covid-19.

For those without access to technology, please call AU Health’s Covid-19 hotline at 706.721.1852.

Learn more about benefits and resources available to you through the USG Benefits programs.


 

Where can I find information about the Covid-19 vaccine and the Institute's rollout plan?

Learn how the vaccine works; the Institute's rollout plan and current phase; eligibility requirements; appointments; and frequently asked questions here: Covid-19 Vaccines at Georgia Tech.


 

How does the NOVID exposure notification app work?

First, download the NOVID app from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store. Enter the community code “JACKETS” when prompted, or at the top of the Settings page. 

  • NOVID anonymously detects nearby users to build a web of people connected to you. If any of them reports an exposure or positive test result, you will receive a notification through the NOVID app. 
  • NOVID captures no personally identifiable information from users.  
  • The app exchanges information with other phones also running the app. It records a frequently changing code to other devices so they can be alerted if necessary — but without sharing any personally identifiable information.  
  • Pairs of code interactions are stored on the NOVID server for a limited period of time. 
  • If a student receives a positive Covid-19 test at Stamps Health Services, they will be given a one-time code that they can enter into the app, which will send a notification to other phones the app has recorded as potential exposures. 
  • If a student has been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 and is contacted by a contact tracer, they will be given a one-time code that they can enter into the app, which will send a notification to other phones within their network. 
  • Community members who have received positive tests elsewhere on campus or off campus are required, as part of public health regulations, to report this to Stamps Health Services. They will also receive an app notification code after they have contacted Stamps. 
  • Researchers from the Georgia Tech Research Institute’s Software Assurance Branch evaluated NOVID for privacy protections to make sure it doesn’t record personal information that could identify users — and for cybersecurity issues to make sure it protects the device. 
  • More details about the NOVID app are available on the Covid Central portal and at novid.org. 

 

What do I do if I get a notification through the NOVID app that I may have been exposed to Covid-19?

Persons being warned through NOVID of a potential exposure will be encouraged to isolate themselves, monitor for symptoms, and be tested for the virus. The app will provide directions for how to contact relevant campus services when alerting a user that they have potentially been exposed.  

Persons being alerted that Covid-19 is in their network are encouraged to keep a close eye on their NOVID app and take proper precautions to avoid contracting Covid-19, including following all campus protocols. 


 

How will the face covering mandate and social distancing requirements be enforced, and by whom? What about events that violate campus guidelines?

Each member of our community must take responsibility for their actions and adhere to the guidelines of the Georgia Department of Public Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as well as guidelines issued by the University System of Georgia and Georgia Tech, to protect themselves and others while helping to contain the spread of Covid-19.

Adherence to these new measures is vital, so the Institute has established new formal and informal processes and recommendations for incorporating accountability into safety guidelines.

Students and Student Groups
Led by the Division of Student Life and the Office of the Provost, the Georgia Tech Covid-19 Student Educational and Response Team (GT CO-SERT) is a temporary collaborative team charged with reviewing reported questions and concerns related to students or student groups and adherence to Covid-19 health and safety guidelines.

The CO-SERT will review reported concerns or questions regarding students or student groups and Covid-19 health and safety guidelines, communicate with individuals or groups, and determine further response or referrals, as necessary. Its actions may include follow-up with campus community members; clarification of current guidance and campus expectations; additional informational or educational efforts; and if necessary, referral to applicable campus resource or office to consider enforcement processes. CO-SERT does not to alter or supersede any existing campus enforcement processes; the team will be disbanded as circumstances related to Covid-19 dictate.

Note: Georgia Tech’s student code explicitly prohibits behavior that endangers any person(s), including self. Hosting on- or off-campus events of any size that do not allow for social distancing or don’t take precautionary measures, such as additional hand sanitation stations and disinfecting protocols, and required face coverings, will be considered violations of the Non-Academic Misconduct Policy

Questions and concerns from faculty, staff, and community members related to students and Covid-19 health and safety guidelines may be submitted to cosert@gatech.edu.  

Faculty and Staff
Equally important to helping to contain the spread of the coronavirus at Georgia Tech is ensuring that faculty and staff adhere to the guidance around preventive practices and cloth face coverings provided by the Institute.

Communicating with your co-workers – Keeping campus safe means recognizing that simple, individual actions affect everyone, and so responsibility also lies with individuals. The key to this guidance is recognizing that feelings and comfort levels vary.

A few recommendations for employee interactions:

  • Be mindful that your colleagues may not feel the same way you do about returning to campus. Some people will be eager to return, while others may be nervous and hesitant.
  • Be respectful of others’ feelings as you return and in your interactions with others.
  • Reinforce and remind other Yellow Jackets and visitors of the requirements and guidelines, where they can access face coverings in buildings, and to follow best practices to the extent you are comfortable.
  • Be mindful of language when addressing social distancing. Using words like “us” or “we” in the request to distance may help keep the situation from escalating. For example, “Let’s put a little more space between us at this table.”
  • Please step away from others or leave any situation if you feel uncomfortable.
  • Building signage should also be clearly displayed to assist other students, faculty, and staff in following expectations in different scenarios.  

If you are not comfortable speaking to any person directly, remove yourself from the situation and contact your supervisor and/or HR Business Partner/HR Director.

If the situation becomes a workplace dispute requiring conflict management, please work with your HR Business Partner/HR Director. You can also visit hr.gatech.edu/employee-relations/workplace-disputes for tips, recommended next steps, and resources.


 

Can I have in-person meetings with students I advise?

In most cases, we recommend one-on-one or small group meetings be conducted remotely. This is the preferred and most common option used by academic advisors and other student services. When in-person one-on-one or small group meetings are needed or requested, meetings should be set up in a place that accommodates social distancing and follows all health and safety protocols, including the use of face coverings.  


 

What resources are available to help me and my family cope with the stress and anxiety we might be feeling?

Employees and their families have access to our Employee Assistance Program through Kepro. You can request confidential, no cost services at 844.243.4440. More details on the Health and Wellbeing website.

The State of Georgia has a new Covid-19 hotline that provides 24/7, free, and confidential assistance to callers needing emotional support or resource information.

  • The support line is staffed by volunteers, including mental health professionals and crisis counselors.
  • The support line is a partnership between the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities, Beacon Health Options, and Behavioral Health Link.
  • Download the flyer for more information on the support line and other available services.

 

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FAQ

Campus Operations and Student Services

Will I be able to study, work, or hang out in community spaces around campus?

Georgia Tech has several academic buildings with larger open spaces designated for our community to gather, including:

  • Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons
  • Crosland Tower
  • Price Gilbert Memorial Library
  • The atriums of West Architecture
  • Klaus Computing
  • IBB
  • Scheller

These buildings will be open to the Georgia Tech community following USG guidelines.

Study spaces, reading rooms, collaboration and rehearsal rooms, recording studios, and group study spaces will be reviewed on an individual basis to determine capacity and whether social distancing can be achieved. Most reservable rooms have the revised capacity listed in the Event Management System and can be reserved per the guidelines outlined on that site. Some small rooms or spaces may be limited to individual study.

Effective July 15, 2020, University System of Georgia (USG) institutions will require all faculty, staff, students, and visitors to wear an appropriate face covering while inside campus facilities/buildings where 6 feet social distancing may not always be possible. Face covering use will be in addition to, and is not a substitute for, social distancing.


 

How will dining locations operate in the spring?

Food at select stations will be packaged in single-serving containers and dining team members will assist with serving unpackaged items. Food carts and food trucks will be increased to encourage social distancing. All staff will wear appropriate PPE for food service and cleanliness, as outlined by CDC guidelines.   

Contactless/tap credit card terminals have been installed at all point-of-sale locations, and card readers will be disinfected frequently. Plexiglass shields have been installed at all point-of-sale locations to ensure social distancing.   

All dining operations will temporarily shut down after meal shifts for more thorough cleaning, and each facility will be disinfected overnight.   

Seating capacity in the North Avenue Dining Hall, West Village, and the food court in the Campus Center Exhibition Hall will be reduced. 

Brittain Dining Hall will provide to-go service only.

More information is available on the Dining Services website


 

Will the Stinger, Tech Trolley, and Stingerette run as usual during Spring 2021?

During the spring semester, seating on buses will be adjusted to accommodate social distancing. 

The Gold, Blue, Red, Green, Emory, Tech Square, NARA/TEP, and Grocery routes will operate during spring semester. 

The Midnight Rambler and the Weekend Gold routes will not operate during the spring semester; those resources will be refocused on providing socially distanced transit service across the remaining campus routes.

Detailed routes and schedules for spring semester can be found on the Parking and Transportation Services website.

Stingerette service is limited to a single trip request at a time, with a maximum of two riders, to allow for social distancing. Stingerette service is available every night from 8 p.m. to 3 a.m., excluding official campus holidays.

Guidelines for riding campus transit: 

  • Avoid riding  Georgia Tech buses and Stingerette vans if you are sick.
  • Face masks  must be worn by all riders and drivers. Riders without a mask may request a disposable mask from the driver.
  • Boarding and exiting will take place through the back door whenever possible. 
  • Seating guidelines will be in place for social distancing.
  • Standing will not be allowed on buses. If no seats are available, passengers will need to wait for the next bus. 

All transit vehicles are cleaned at the end or beginning of shifts. Frequently touched areas are cleaned throughout the day.


 

How will operations shift to protect students, faculty, and staff when the Campus Recreation Center (CRC) opens in the spring?

  • Beginning Monday, Jan. 11, the CRC’s hours of operation will be 6 a.m. – 2 p.m. and 4 – 10 p.m. Monday through Friday, with a cleaning closure each day.
  • On Saturdays, the CRC will be open from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 3:30 to8 p.m., with a cleaning closure midday. On Sundays, the CRC will be open from noon to 8 p.m.  
  • We will have adjusted hours on Monday, Jan. 18 (10 a.m. – 2 p.m. and 4 – 10 p.m.).
  • The entire facility will be disinfected each night.
  • A reservation system will be used to help control demand and minimize gathering outside the facility. CRC members and currently enrolled students can visit mycrc.gatech.edu to sign up for reservation slots.
  • Only current CRC members and currently enrolled students may use the CRC. No guest passes will be permitted.
  • Fitness equipment is physically distanced.
  • Increased signage and ground markers will promote social distancing and help manage lines.
  • Plexiglass is installed at all front-facing service areas, and all points of sale will use contactless/tap technology.
  • Temperature checks will be required to enter the facility, and anyone with a temperature over 100.4oF will not be granted access.
  • The number of patrons will be limited in all areas of the CRC.
  • Group workouts will be restricted.
  • Intramural sports will be offered in the spring in a safe manner. For more information visit the Intramural Sports website.
  • Locker rooms and showers are open, but we ask that you come dressed and ready for your workout and shower at home whenever possible.
  • All CRC staff will wear face coverings and eliminate interactions that do not adhere to social distancing practices.
  • Staff are trained to work as extra fitness floor attendants to monitor patrons and help with cleaning efforts.Hand sanitizer will be provided throughout the facility.
  • Face coverings are required at all times in the CRC, unless swimming or showering.
  • Most CRC events will have an online component.
  • A reservation system will be deployed for event attendance to promote social distancing.
  • Touchless temperature checks will be performed at entry.

A full list of FAQs for the CRC is available on the CRC website.
 
Virtual options are available now and encouraged for patrons  who do not wish to visit the CRC in person.


 

Will the Student Center be open as usual in the spring? How will operations and events change?

Services and operations will be modified for the next two years during the renovation of the Student Center. In the temporary spaces:  

  • Every other piece of furniture has been blocked off, distributed to other appropriate facilities on campus, or moved into storage locations to create space for social distancing. 
  • Increased signage and ground markers will promote social distancing and help manage lines. 
  • Plexiglass has been installed at all front-facing service areas, and all points of sale will use contactless/tap technology. 
  • All staff will wear appropriate PPE while in the facility and maintain social distancing. 
  • Staff will be cross-trained as extra attendants to monitor patrons and help with cleaning efforts. We will also implement intermittent cleaning throughout the day, between meetings, and after events.  
  • Facilities will be disinfected each night.  
  • All Student Center-planned events will have an online component. A reservation system will be deployed for event attendance to promote social distancing. 
  • Revised capacities for the event spaces have been developed for all spaces in the Student Center portfolio. 

 

Are the makerspaces on campus available for students?

Yes. Makerspaces will use virtual queuing and online scheduling when possible and designate waiting areas for high-volume machines.

Space managers will oversee lab and hand tool cleaning, ensuring that disinfecting processes are in place, that tools are cleaned after every use, and that all common areas are cleaned.

If you have questions about accessing and using a particular makerspace, please contact the individual space manager.


 

Are construction projects on campus continuing?

Construction projects will continue as contracted during this time.

While on campus, all contractors, vendors, and sub-contractors are required to wear face coverings when working inside any lab, office, or classroom facility and to use all precautions to maintain a safe and protected environment. Violation or failure to comply with Georgia Tech Covid-19 requirements may result in cancellation of contract.

We have asked our independent general contractors and architecture/engineering teams to use their best judgment on all safety matters, including current health-related concerns, and to monitor their job sites as per their company policies.

If a member of their team displays any signs of illness, they are to send them home and take necessary precautions to clean/prepare the site to minimize exposure to other employees and to our students and staff, if they are working in an occupied area. The companies also continue to follow the direction of their risk management plans. More information can be found on the Facilities Management website.


 

Will outside vendors or other visitors be allowed on campus?

Yes, but all campus visitors and attendees at campus events will be expected to follow Georgia Tech’s health and safety guidelines.


 

Some of my students are feeling isolated. Are there safe opportunities for them to socialize and engage on campus?

Even in our “new normal,” there are plenty of opportunities on campus. Details are included in the Faculty Guidebook.


 

Can I still get teaching assistant training from the Center for Teaching and Learning?

Yes. We will transition teaching assistant (TA) orientation sessions to a combination of synchronous remote or small-group sessions and asynchronous remote delivery using existing modules. The rest of the training programs, workshops, and academic courses for TAs will use a combination of remote delivery when appropriate and small gatherings with social distancing.


 

CAMPUS OPERATIONS AND STUDENT SERVICES RESOURCES


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FAQ

Research and Labs

Will the remainder of research activities resume in the spring?

Research-related Frequently Asked Questions and answers can be found on the Research Ramp-Up webpage.


 

What special protocols are being implemented to protect faculty, staff, and graduate students who will be working in labs?

Research-related Frequently Asked Questions and answers can be found on the Research Ramp-Up webpage.


 

Will researchers be allowed to resume field work?

Research-related Frequently Asked Questions and answers can be found on the Research Ramp-Up webpage.


 

How will positive cases in research laboratories be handled?

Research-related Frequently Asked Questions and answers can be found on the Research Ramp-Up webpage.


 

If industry sponsors ask for work stoppage and suspension of payment or cancel projects altogether because they can no longer afford to fund research, what should be done about student support, especially for those in the last 12-18 months of their degree

Research-related Frequently Asked Questions and answers can be found on the Research Ramp-Up webpage.


 

How many people are allowed in a lab at one time?

Effective December 9, 2020, we are piloting a revised guideline to accommodate laboratories with lower personnel numbers and sufficient excess space in their laboratory. Please see the Revised Guidance on Laboratory Research Density for details.

We will continue to monitor and assess personnel density parameters and make any future revisions, as necessary.


 

Can an exception be made to the research density guidelines?

Exceptions to the guidelines may be considered, but must first be assessed and approved by EHS. Please review the Revised Guidance on Laboratory Research Density for details. For more information, contact ehs@gatech.edu.


 

RESEARCH AND LABS CONTACTS AND RESOURCES


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FAQ

Technology

What if I don’t have internet access available at home?

Some companies are offering free access to WiFi hotspots or free/discounted service for a period of time. Check their sites for details:

Governor Kemp and the Georgia Department of Affairs have launched a new website to help all Georgians find free public WiFi throughout the state.


 

What services can I use to conduct online meetings or collaborate with my colleagues?

Georgia Tech provides several tools and platforms for virtual collaboration. Guides and tutorials for those tools are available at services.gatech.edu.

Faculty should not use other, non-licensed or unapproved tools in order to protect student information.


 

Where can instructors find help using the audiovisual technology in classrooms?

When should I use VPN? Are there services that require it?

Most online tools do not require connection to the Georgia Tech VPN. However, you must be connected to the VPN to access:

More details are available on the Services & Support siteBlueJeans and WebEx video conferencing solutions should not be used while connected to the campus VPN. The services will not work as expected.


 

How do I get set up to telework?

Guidance is provided on the Teleworking Arrangements website. For help connecting to Georgia Tech's Virtual Private Network (VPN), refer to these guides:


 

Are laptops available for students to borrow? What about hotspots? Can they be shipped?

The Library has a limited quantity of laptops available for long-term loan for students in need. Students can contact customersupport@library.gatech.edu to request a laptop.

For students in need of a computer, a variety of laptops and tablets are available for no-cost, long-term loan and can be shipped to addresses off campus or picked up on campus by appointment.

OIT-Digital Services can also provide loaner laptops and hotspots to students. Requests can be made at services.gatech.edu (Georgia Tech login required).


 

TECHNOLOGY CONTACTS AND RESOURCES


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FAQ

Travel

Can I travel — domestically or internationally?

No. In accordance with guidance issued by the  USG, only essential travel may be authorized at this time. All nonessential travel is prohibited until further notice. Adjustments may be made as additional guidance is received. For additional details, visit usg.edu/coronavirus.

Business requirements for Georgia Tech employees traveling for business and research purposes during the outbreak and pandemic were updated and effective July 1, 2020. 

Travel is considered essential if it is for: 

  • Research and business meetings that cannot be conducted virtually.
  • Projects and work that are time-sensitive with fixed deadlines.

International travel is being reviewed and guidance is pending. Restrictions have been placed in Workday to align with the recommended USG and CDC level 3 countries. For additional details, visit CDC Map and Travel Notices.

If you have any questions, please contact covid19travel@health.gatech.edu.


 

TRAVEL CONTACTS AND RESOURCES


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