University Telecommuting Policy
Under the policy that was posted on 3/13/2020 in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, telecommuting has been extended as an option for employees who are able to work remotely as our campus situation or other external factors dictate. If approved by that employee’s supervisor, telecommuting arrangements should include accountability measures such as regular check-ins between the telecommuting employee and supervisor.
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UW–Madison is committed to the continuity of instruction in the event of an emergency disruption that results in the suspension of certain or all face-to-face classes on campus. If circumstances require temporary transition to alternative modes of course delivery with minimal notice, faculty and instructors can find updated information and training at the University’s Continuity of Instruction website. Learn more>>
You may also find useful information in the L&S Guidance for Remote Teaching.
The Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education, provides a summary of actions being taken to continue the research enterprise, provides examples of how people across campus have engaged in addressing this pandemic, and looks to the future. Learn More>>
See how the research community is responding to the COVID-19 crisis. Learn More>>