Kristin Guehlstorf and Larry Gioia
It’s been a year of scrambling for colleges and universities trying to find the best ways to keep students learning on campus while also doing what’s possible to protect staff, faculty and those same students. And many have managed to find a way, working with what they’ve got--health checks, community testing, alerts, manual contact tracing, periodic quarantines and asynchronous and hybrid classes. They’ve run the gamut in their plans and have had to follow a myriad of state and local guidelines. Some campuses have been very strict with aggressive COVID-19 testing requirements in order to gain access to buildings on campus, while others have limited in-person activities, quarantining large groups of students every time there is a positive case.
In this webinar you’ll learn how to leverage technology to help maintain a daily status of each member of your campus community, on or off-campus, and to automate the contact tracing process to more precisely identify people at risk of exposure after the fact--with a focus on privacy. This kind of holistic approach allows your case management team to keep potentially ill people away from campus and focus on helping students, faculty and staff stay safe rather than spending hours manually searching for clues to identify possible exposures. We’ll also discuss how you can improve your campus’ ability to react, safely and securely, beyond the pandemic. Join us as we share how schools can set in motion returns to classrooms, sports fields, events, and beyond – all in a way that protects privacy and limits disruptions to in-person learning.