Tag Archives: swine flu

If the flu hits, teachers may be teaching at unusual times to access auditoriums with Mediasite electronic delivery system

Student organizations and those who have planned events on campus may have to change their meeting locations if the flu hits UF. An email from the Office of the Registrar alerted us that the nine big auditoriums on campus will be used  “for electronic distribution of classroom instruction” if the flu outbreak occurs. No meetings […]

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The flu could make Slide:ology required reading for UF faculty

In preparation for the potential of a flu outbreak at the University of Florida, the UF administration has announced ways that teachers will be expected to make their course materials available online for those students who cannot attend class because they have the flu and those who do not attend class because they do not […]

UF announces plans to keep classes going even with swine flu outbreak

The email was sent to deans today, explaining UF’s developing plans for keeping classes going even if the university is hit with an outbreak of the swine flu. The dean of our college forwarded the e-mail to us. He had told of us of the coming of the e-mail yesterday in our faculty meeting when […]

Swine flu’s potential impact on teaching at the University of Florida

The swine flu could have more impact on the faculty’s use of technology at the University of Florida than years of university-wide and college initiatives. Yesterday at the College Faculty Senate meeting, the dean explained the UF administration’s position regarding the potential for a swine flu outbreak and how we would deal with an outbreak. […]

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Anti-flu kit for back to school

Twenty-five percent. That’s the percentage of students (and faculty) that the University of Florida administration say could contract swine flu this fall. With a student body of almost 50,000, that’s more than 12,000 students. Prevention is being promoted on campus as in K-12 school settings. UF has e-mailed information to faculty and students and has […]