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March 17, 2020

Ready for remote

IU has prepared for a situation such as the coronavirus pandemic that would require a large number of staff and faculty to work remotely.

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Coronavirus update

A March 15 letter from IU President Michael A. McRobbie suspended face-to-face classes on all IU-managed campuses for the remainder of the spring semester. In addition, spring break was extended, and classes will not resume until March 30.
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Extra precautions

IU has always worked to maintain clean spaces, but university staff have recently begun additional cleaning and sanitizing measures.
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Up-to-date HR info

IU Human Resources continues to respond to the evolving situation by reviewing and updating related policies and procedures. Get guidance and answers to HR-related topics like telecommuting, time off and more at HR's COVID-19 site. Connect with askHR@iu.edu for additional questions.
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A virtual shift

IU's centers for teaching and learning offer a variety of online teaching resources for faculty. Among those is the keepteaching.iu.edu site, which was developed in response to the H1N1 flu epidemic.
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