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Unauthorised people have joined Zoom meetings using public links, and have spread inappropriate content during classes, a phenomenon known as “Zoombombing”. The IT Division has changed the basic settings of all meetings, making it more difficult for this to happen again.
The Incident Response Team (IRT) at LiU gives advice about working safely from home in distance mode. Be on your guard against possible fraud. You should preferably use LiU’s IT equipment when working.
Starting on 28 March, the library will be open noon-3.00 pm, until further notice.
Contact by telephone, email and the chat function are working normally.
Teachers and those responsible for timetabling are to submit information about timetabling and their requests for room allocations for the 2020 autumn term. The deadline for submission has been put back to 4 May.
In the past few days, a trend has developed in which increasing numbers of students are finding their way back to the campuses, and this is particularly pronounced for Studenthuset on Campus Valla. The university management wants to stop this development.
To close and wait for the autumn – this is the only alternative for the large lunch restaurants at LiU. Around 30 employees have been put onto short-time working. But some restaurants are holding on, even though guests are few and far between.
The opportunities to obtain a professional photograph for you employee profile on the website 2 April in Linköping and 3 April in Norrköping, are cancelled due to the distance mode.
Are there cancer-related issues in your research? Welcome to a webinar for LiU researchers on the 26th of March with The Swedish Cancer Society!
A day and a half – 36 hours. That’s how long it took for LiU’s largest department to reconfigure to distance mode. Most things are working well, but loads of work remains. “This is a process, and new questions arise all the time”, says Louise Ödlund, head of department.
LiU has decided to cancel the Summer Academy 2020 due to the Corona virus and looking forward to receiving new applications for the Summer Academy 2021.
Plan S is an initiative from several major research-funding bodies in Europe that want to ensure that all publicly financed research is freely available. But what does Plan S really involve? Research support coordinator Johanna Nählinder explains...
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Last updated: 2020-03-11