March 15 will mark one year since UFV announced a shift to a remote learning model for the remainder of the winter semester due to the risks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.
This massive shift to studying, teaching, and working from home for the majority of UFV employees and students has been a challenge for everyone involved. Those whose work or studies require them to be on campus also face a new reality of safety protocols and culture change.
In the March 14 edition of UFV Now e-news, we will look back at our year of COVID-19, and we’d like your input.
What are some of your memories of the build-up to the pandemic? When did you first notice that things were getting weird?
What adjustments did you have to make to your teaching and/or UFV work due to the pandemic?
What have been your biggest challenges?
What are some of your coping strategies?
Do you have any COVID-coping life-hacks to share?
What do you miss most about being on campus?
Send your thoughts in two or three paragraphs to Anne Russell at email@example.com
We’ll publish a selection of submissions.