Update on teaching and work arrangements (4 February) (只有英文版)

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Since the pandemic situation is becoming increasingly severe, the University has decided to further adjust its teaching and work arrangements from Monday 7 February to Saturday 26 February 2022.
Teaching arrangements
All classes will be conducted in hybrid mode. Subject teachers should conduct their classes at designated teaching venues on campus and time-slots according to the timetable, and broadcast the lessons online simultaneously. Students may choose to attend classes in either face-to-face or online mode.
For large size classes with a high percentage of students opting for face-to-face mode, subject teachers may split students into smaller groups to attend classes by rotation.
Undergraduate programmes: Registry (registry@LN.edu.hk)
Postgraduate programmes: School of Graduate Studies (sgs@LN.edu.hk)
LIFE programmes: LIFE (life@LN.edu.hk)
Work arrangements
Under the condition of providing essential services that are required for hybrid teaching and learning, Heads of departments/offices/units may exercise discretion in arranging some colleagues to work from home by rotation, while maintaining at least half of their staff to work at the office daily. They may also apply other special work arrangements, including staggered lunch hours and flexible working hours according to job duties of their units as appropriate.
Enquiries: Human Resources Office (hro@LN.edu.hk)
Please stay on high alert and observe the latest preventive measures recommended by the University’s Health, Safety and Environment Committee (https://www.ln.edu.hk/hse/notice).
If you are a suspected or confirmed case of COVID-19, required to stay in the “restricted area” for COVID-19 test, or under mandatory quarantine/compulsory testing notice, please notify your department/office or any of the following teams as soon as possible:
During office hours
COFMD(O&M)-Campus Support Office (2616 7134)
Human Resources Office (2616 8962)
Office of Student Affairs (2616 7309)
During non-office hours
Security Control (24-hour) (2616 8000)
The University continues to monitor the situation closely and will adopt appropriate precautionary measures necessary to maintain safety on our campus.
Office of Communications and Public Affairs
4 February 2022