UCI BioSci Remote
Biology for a better world. Teaching, learning and working in a new digital environment.

STATUS: CAMPUS ACCESS LIMITED TO ESSENTIAL INDIVIDUALS ONLY. GOVERNOR’S “STAY AT HOME” EXECUTIVE ORDER IN EFFECT.

RESOURCES FOR ALL

As the UCI campus transitions to a remote learning and working environment, you’re going to start hearing about things like Zoom, Canvas, Yuja, and digital platforms to connect with others. The UCI BioSci Remote site will help you navigate your new digital environment. Learn about resources, policies, and news during COVID-19.

FACULTY

Find information to help teach students, use Zoom, and stay connected with others.

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STUDENTS

We want to make the transition to online classes as easy as possible for you. This is a challenging time for all of us, as we adjust to a new normal in our daily lives. But we will get through it together. And this new online learning environment will help everyone stay on track and keep moving forward.

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STAFF

As our homes become our new offices, we need to learn new ways to adapt to our new environments. Learn how to set yourself up for success in our new remote environment – whether that’s your kitchen, home office or decked out coffee table.

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News and Updates

April 16, 2020

The CDC recommends that you wear cloth face masks in public settings, while also urging that high grade masks and equipment be reserved for medical personnel. Healthcare workers interacting with coronavirus patients or suspected cases...

April 8, 2020

April 2020 Mind Body World Newsletter. ...

COVID-19 Updates

UCI is closely monitoring the coronavirus (“COVID-19”) situation and associated communications from the county, state and federal authorities. We will continue to provide updates through this website and email communications, and take steps to ensure the health and safety of our community.

Spread the word. Not the virus.

Reducing the spread of viruses starts with basic hygiene. Here are preventative measures that you can follow to keep our community healthy.

Always wash your hands with soap and water or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. *It’s not the water temperature, but the time you take rubbing the hands (20 seconds).

Cover your mouth with your elbow when you cough.

If you are sick, stay home and do not travel. Call ahead before visiting your doctor or the Student Health Center to arrange a time to be seen.

Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.