While COVID positivity rates are decreasing and California state mask mandates are coming off Feb. 16, masking indoors remains a requirement at Stanford in accordance with Santa Clara County regulations.
- All students living on campus must be vaccinated or apply for an exception. All students must participate in weekly surveillance testing regardless of vaccination status. Unvaccinated students must test twice weekly.
- All faculty, staff and postdocs must conduct weekly surveillance testing regardless of vaccination status. Effective January 4, 2022, all employees must be vaccinated or have an approved University accommodation.
- Masks must be worn in shared offices, indoor spaces, or in carts or vehicles.
- Per Santa Clara County and Cal/OSHA, employers must record employee vaccination status. Staff, faculty, and postdocs must record their status, including vaccination date and type, and upload an image of their vaccination card in HealthCheck. Once you upload the card, you no longer need to fill out the daily HealthCheck.
After hours access in Winter QuarterA
Complete Healthcheck and upload your vax cardC
Complete Healthcheck and upload your vaccination card. Once your card is loaded, you no longer need to fill out Healthcheck and your online Healthcheck badge will be green. You may be asked to show your badge upon entering some buildings such as AEORC.
- April 23 | Zoom Meeting Recommendations - CIO John Freshwaters. Watch the step-by-step VIDEO made by our own Clare Swan
- April 23 | How to keep Crashplan from disrupting your home network - CIO John Freshwaters/UIT.
- March 27 | Tips to improve network bandwidth, CIO John Freshwaters
- March 24 | Zoom Warning - CIO John Freshwaters
- March 18 | How to conduct effective Zoom meetings - UIT videos
- Zoom (for video-conferencing and multi-party meetings with remote participants. WebEx is a backup alternative)
- Slack (group and person-to-person chat and person-to-person conferencing)
- Jabber (Chat, person-to-person conferencing and "work anywhere" voice calling)
- Microsoft O365 (email/calendar)
- Google Drive (File Sharing and collaboration tools)
- Canvas and other teach-anywhere resources (learning management and academic collaboration)
- Stanford Network - wired and wireless
IT support contacts
The most comprehensive source for teaching guidance is Stanford's Teach Anywhere site. Please consult it regularly for new updates. Resources below are added suggestions from our Stanford Earth Educational Affairs team.
- March 30, 2021 | Crowdsourced teaching resources for geosciences | VPTL/suggested by Robyn Dunbar, Associate Dean Educational Affairs
- March 12, 2021 - Jumpstart your online classroom | This useful post from the Tomorrow's Professor newsletter edited by Rick Reis, a VPGE consultant, is worth reading.