Updated April 06th, 2021 (introduction, about classes).

All classes will be online during the period March 25th-April 14th 2021. The Library and Study Halls will remain open, but please see Canvas for how to reserve a seat in the Study Hall. In addition, the following applies:

  • Reminder to use facemask in common areas at all times (see below)
  • It is our common responsibility to maintain at least 1m distance to other people at all times. Wonder how long a meter is? Please ask the reception.
  • It is not permitted to loiter in hallways and other enclosed spaces. You may book group rooms via Skedda and use classrooms that are not in use for study halls or if you need to follow a digital lecture.

The library and study halls are open, and you may use group rooms and classrooms for study groups, as study hall, or if you would like to follow digital lectures. Please see Canvas for information about classes and exams. NB! Please note that the dining hall will be closed from now, and that there will be fixed seating in study halls. Please see Canvas for more information.

Are you anxious, lonely, insecure, need help or simply someone to talk to? We are here for you. Please get in touch with Sven Morten Kjølleberg or Aage Myksvoll. SiO also offers counselling and other health services to all our students - do not hesitate to get in touch. For more trivial advice, you may follow @siostudentliv on Instagram. There is also a free and anonymous helpline for students: https://mentalhelse.no/fa-hjel...

All previous measures regarding distance, hygiene and staying at home when ill or quarantined are still in place. If you are diagnosed with Covid-19 (or quarantined during periods of on-campus classes), please contact Frank-Ole Thoresen or Marit Skinlo.

There is a temporary regulation regulating aspects of education impacted by Covid-19 (in Norwegian, translation here).

Face mask

Use of face mask is mandatory in common areas and going in and out of lectures. It is also mandatory in the dining hall when you are not sitting down to eat. Furthermore, we remind you of the required use of face mask on public transport.

In classrooms, group rooms and study halls we have put in place measures to maintain at least 1 m distance at all times. Thus you do not need to wear a face mask once you are seated. However, it is a common responsibility to maintain at least 1 m distance at all times.

Events

All events are cancelled until further notice.

Absence and attendance

Attendance via Teams will be counted as valid. Please note that if the lecturer uses a code word to register attendance, this must be sent in by all participating students by the end of the lecture.

If Panopto is used for lectures, the lecturer will set the requirements to validate attendance.

Life outside studies

We recommend students to stay in touch within the rules and regulations. Please think through whether you know of someone who might be lonely or alone. Could this person be one of your allowed contacts this week?

Are you anxious, lonely, insecure, need help or simply someone to talk to? We are here for you. Please get in touch with Sven Morten Kjølleberg or Aage Myksvoll. SiO also offers counselling and other health services to all our students.

Exams

Written exams originally scheduled on campus will be carried out as digital home exams with the same time limits and on the same date as listed in StudentWeb.

Generally:

Students with a particular health risk should contact studieveileder to discuss accomodations.

If you are diagnoesed with Covid-19, please contact Frank-Ole Thoresen (rector) or Marit Skinlo (director).

  • Good hygiene
    • Thoroughly wash and disinfect your hands regularly
    • Refrain from touching your face.
    • Cough in your elbow or a tissue paper. Disinfect or wash your hands afterwords.
  • Maintain at least 1 m distance to everybody who are not your family or partner (boyfriend/girlfriend)
    • Avoid shaking hands, hugging or other forms of physical contact.
    • Avoid public transport, bike or walk if you are able to.
  • Stay at home if you are ill or in quarantine. Consult the Norwegian Institute of Public Health for guidance.

Stay up to date on local and national infection prevention measures.

Guests must register in the reception.

Hygiene in the classroom

  • Disinfect hands when entering and leaving the room
  • Maintain fixed seating, lecturers will make class maps
  • Each student disinfect the desk after the lecture
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