Work from home
Work processes at the university are being adapted and are largely being done distantly. This includes all university processes - education, research and administrative support.
To ensure as smooth running of the university as possible and simultaneously follow the safety measures, the majority of staff will work from home. Exceptions are employees who take care of:
- cleaning and maintenance,
- receiving and sending out mail,
- ICT support,
- and other potential urgent processes.
ORGANISATION OF WORK
The pedagogic process is implemented distantly through the use of digital tools. Teachers have adapted their teaching approaches, taking into account the specifics of their subjects and contents. Students have been notified about that by their respective students offices and/or teachers.
RESEARCH AND ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT:
Researchers and administrative staff implement the work, which can be done from home.
ACCESSIBILITY OF STAFF:
All staff are available via e-mail. Everybody with work mobile phones remains available as usual. We recommend that all staff increase the use of alternative communication channels to coordinate work and maintain contacts with co-workers, especially Teams and Skype.
MAIL AND ADAPTED SIGNING PROTOCOL:
All members and the rectorate guarantee receipt and sending out of mail. Once the mail is received, it is scanned and sent out over e-mail to the intended recipient.
Signatories are available at the university and its members. Staff send documents for signature via e-mail. The person on duty will print out the documents, deliver them for signature and return a scanned signed document via e-mail. Electronic archiving continues as usual, while physical archiving is currently interrupted and will be reestablished once we all return to the offices.
All employees will receive further guidelines with contact details of people on duty at their home institutions.
THE SCOPE OF WORK:
All employees work within the same scope as usual and as defined in the employment contract.
Remote access to work computers and networks has been established. Staff have received further guidelines via e-mail or internet.
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR DISTANCE WORK WITH STUDENTS
Download the document Recommendations for distance work with students
More information and support can be found on the webpage ODPRTA UP.
DATA PROTECTION OFFICER RECOMMENDATIONS
Data protection officer recommendations
SUPPORT FOR THE PEDAGOGICAL PROCESS
For didactical ICT support you can contact the InoTez project members:
- Faculty of Humanities and Faculty of Education: dr. Stanko Pelc
- Faculty of Management: dr. Viktorija Florjančič
- Faculty of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Information Technologies: dr. Jernej Vičič
- Faculty of Tourism Studies - Turistica: mag. Šarolta Godnič Vičič and Saša Planinc
- Faculty of Education: dr. Patrik Pucer and dr. Boštjan Žvanut
SUPPORT FOR REMOTE ACCESS
Technical ICT support is offered by the following colleagues:
- Faculty of Humanities: Sanjin Pobega
- Faculty of Management: Andreas Schmidt, dr. Viktorija Florjančič (e-classroom, VOX), Matevž Malej (VOX, interactive board)
- Faculty of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Information Technologies: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Faculty of Education: Stelio Felda
- Faculty of Tourism Studies - Turistica: Rian Bizjak
- Faculty of Health Sciences: Rajko Gržinić
- Rectorate: Vojko Rajh, Aleksander Kosmina
OPEN UP (ODPRTA UP)
Under the project InoTez (Using information-communication technologies in higher education pedagogical process) a webpage ODPRTA UP has been established. University colleagues can gain additional information and support for distance teaching and learning. The website is currently available only in Slovene.