Please review the information and resources found on the NYU Returns site (as a reminder, you must have an acknowledgment of your negative COVID-19 test on file, have completed the mandatory NYU Returns Guidelines course in iLearn, and complete the daily screener before entering campus).
Plan B Strategy:
We also encourage you to develop a Plan B strategy for courses in case you cannot access Zoom, NYU Classes, etc.
Technology and Other Classroom Matters:
Email FASreadiness@nyu.edu (monitored by educational technology, space management, FAS IT, and HR). Andrew Greene is also available to contact at the department liaison.
NYU IT Service Alerts Page:
If you are having trouble connecting to a tool or platform, check this page. Outages will be displayed there, along with information on the nature of the issue, any workarounds, and status updates.
For support related to technical issues with Zoom, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or your department liaison directly.
Need for a Loaner Laptop:
You are requested to bring your own laptop to the classroom. Should you need a loaner laptop, please reach out to email@example.com immediately so that they may assist you.
All classrooms are equipped for bringing in remote students over Zoom. There are two types of classroom instructors will encounter, those maintained by Campus Media/Central IT and those maintained by school IT teams. The rooms managed by Central IT can be found in this directory. For those classrooms, please consult these instructions for the large Zoom display centers. The remainder are maintained by IT teams. Please use this link to find equipment information and instructions for connecting.
FAQ Page for In-Person Instruction:
We are in the process of creating an FAQ page that will include tips and recommendations based on faculty and educational technologist suggestions.
Classroom and Online Teaching:
Information on using Zoom and tech support with virtual classes.
Mail + Supplies:
In order to keep everyone as safe as possible during this time and limit the amount of traffic on the 6th floor, the mailboxes will not be used during this semester. We will also be delivering supplies directly to your offices.
Mail and supplies will be delivered to your office periodically throughout the week.
Mail services has a standing rule that personal items are not permitted to be delivered through their service. Please keep this in mind during this semester, and limit your usage of their service to necessary work related items only.
If you are a faculty member or a PhD student that is teaching this semester, please let Arielle Feinman know what supplies you will need by EOD Monday of the week you would like to receive them. Arielle will place all orders, and they will be delivered to your office as soon as possible.
This semester, copy jobs will require 48 hours notice.
Please send them via e-mail only with any specific instructions you may have and when you need to receive them by. They will then be printed and delivered to your office.
Any jobs requested with less than 48 hours notice can not be guaranteed.