Campus Updates 01/13/22

Hi Campus Community,  

Here are this week’s updates! 
 RETURN TO CAMPUS/COVID-19 

  • Winter 2022 classes continue as planned: in-person, hybrid, and online. 
  • Executive Team (ET) is closely monitoring the changing conditions of the pandemic, including the number of COVID-19 exposure reports submitted each day by students, staff, and faculty. Here are the latest numbers: 
COVID Exposure Report Table

During this time period, 25 positive cases have been identified. Most of those cases occurred off-campus.  

  • 90% of in-person or on-campus students have attested to their vaccination status for winter quarter.  
  • Stay home if you’re sick. If you suspect having been exposed to someone with COVID-19, are experiencing symptoms, or have tested positive, fill out a COVID-19 exposure report.  For your convenience, here are a few locations offering testing:  

If you are otherwise healthy with mild symptoms and cannot find testing availability, you should presume that you have COVID-19 and self-isolate according to current Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines

  • KN-95 masks have been ordered for front-line staff and for faculty who are teaching in-person and will be distributed as soon as they arrive, hopefully early next week.  
  • The vaccine clinic is now in the Quiet Dining Room in the PUB. Walk-ins are welcome; just tell them you are a college employee.  Boosters for ages 12-15 are not available at this time. The public should make an appointment for the Shoreline site.  
  • The Parent-Child Center closed temporarily. Updates on reopening will be provided directly to parents with enrolled children as soon as information is available.  
  • Update building signage to tell students you are open. Use this branded template.  
  • Have questions? Email covidsupervisor@shoreline.edu or call 206-495-7744 during regular College operating hours.  
  • Check the COVID-19 Updates site for the latest information. 

EVENTS AND NEWS 

ctcLink News and Updates 

The next set of training dates are: 

1/21/21 10:30-12:30 pm All Campus Kickoff II   Staff, Faculty (in-person and recorded)    

Overview of the project, timeline, new support center/web, Level 1 Faculty training/ Level 1 Staff training    

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82166990032

1/28/22 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm All Campus Kickoff III    Staff, Faculty (in-person and recorded)    

Overview of the project, timeline, new support center/web, Level 1 Faculty training/ Level 1 Staff training    

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82166990032

Updated Key Dates   

The ctcLink website has been updated with important dates and can be viewed here.  The portion of the ctcLink website created for faculty and staff can be found here. 

Countdown to Go-Live: 45 Days   

If you have questions, please visit https://www.shoreline.edu/ctclink/ or email ctclink@shoreline.edu. 

Classroom Support Services for Winter 2022 

Classroom Support Services provides training on classroom A/V systems and consultation on your ideas for ways to serve your students using media technology tools. Media tools include Panopto for lecture capture, Zoom for video conferencing, and academic video production services. Classroom Support Services provides support for Zoom accounts. A/V support is provided for courses meeting on campus. 

Please contact us at (206) 546-6966 or media@shoreline.edu. 

Benefits Hub Student Ambassador Position 

The Benefits Hub is looking to hire AmeriCorps Student Ambassadors to build the capacity of the Benefits Hub program beginning February 15th to June 17th, 2022. This is a leadership project that offers students an opportunity to represent and promote the Benefits Hub to all students, staff, and faculty members. Through peer-to-peer outreach Benefits Hub Student Ambassadors will be able to help educate the campus community regarding food access and basic needs resources that are available to students. The application deadline is January 25th. To find more details and to apply, students can visit the Benefits Hub Student Ambassador webpage

The Life & Legacy of MLK: Screening & Discussion January 19, 2022, 4:30-5:30 pm 

Learn about the life’s work and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. by watching two short films. Group discussion will follow the screenings. Students are encouraged to ask their faculty about extra credit opportunities! 

Virtual Office Hours for various ET members have been updated in the Employee Calendar. Please check the calendar for details

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