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Online teaching in the week after Easter

All teaching that does not require campus facilities will be held online the first week after Easter.

Online teaching during the first week after Easter, until 9 April. In this archive photo from spring 2020, Kristine Sommerstad Molstad is following a lecture by Assistant Professor Astrid Haugestad. (Photo: Private)

Online teaching during the first week after Easter, until 9 April. In this archive photo from spring 2020, Kristine Sommerstad Molstad is following a lecture by Assistant Professor Astrid Haugestad. (Photo: Private)

The government recommends that all higher education institutions only teach online in the first week after Easter – from Tuesday 6 April to Friday 9 April. The reason is to reduce the spread of coronavirus.

People may have been in contact with someone who has coronavirus during their break, and it is better for everyone to stay home and not come back to campus and possibly infect others.

Students will be informed through Canvas

All students affected by this will receive information about their courses in Canvas.

Students who have subjects that require the use of campus facilities must pay extra attention. Such teaching – lab work, workshops, music groups or physical education for example – will take place on campus.

Remember the infection control guidelines

1. Stay at home if you are ill or develop even very mild respiratory symptoms

2. Wash your hands or sanitise them often

3. Social distancing is important – maintain at least a one-metre distance. Keep this in mind when you are in the student cafeteria and common areas.

4. Limit the number of close contacts you have as best you can. And keep track of the people you have been in contact with for more than 15 minutes within two metres of each other.

In addition:

5. Scan QR codes where available  

6. Download the Smittestopp app from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health