All high touch surfaces including door handles/knobs/push plates/bars, handrails, light switches, toilet seats, toilet partitions, sinks, counters, bathroom fixtures, soap and paper towel dispensers, and water fountains are being sanitized by janitorial services every night and our Facilities staff twice daily.
Recommended by the CDC:
- Wear disposable gloves when cleaning and disinfecting surfaces. Gloves should be discarded after each cleaning. If reusable gloves are used, those gloves should be dedicated for cleaning and disinfection of surfaces for COVID-19 and should not be used for other purposes.
- Sanitize surfaces and objects that are touched often, such as desks, countertops, doorknobs, light switches, sinks, and hands-on learning items, by spraying the surface with the disinfectant provided and drying the surface with paper towel.
- Sanitize computer keyboards, computer mice, manufacturing equipment, and electronic equipment that cannot be sprayed by using the provided sanitizing towels. If sanitizing towels aren’t available, spray disinfectant on paper towels for the same purpose.
- Clean hands immediately after surfaces have been cleaned.
- Each business day at 1:00pm, employees are reminded via the broadcast function on office/classroom telephones to clean commonly used areas around their workspace using the Disinfecting Protocol. The Protocol will be displayed in each room being used, and cleaning supplies will be available for these spaces.
- This link will provide a list of products that meet the EPA’s criteria for use against SARS-CoV-2, the cause of COVID-19
For each week of instruction that is transitioned to Moodle, one unit should appear with the following information:
- Individual class dates replaced by online instruction
- Learning outcomes for the unit
- Resources (readings, videos, etc.) for the unit
- Assignments and evaluation methods (including due dates) for the unit
South Piedmont Community College has infrastructure in place to support eLearning. Moodle, a learning management system where course sites are located, can be accessed through your web browser (Firefox is recommended). Each course at South Piedmont has an associated Moodle course site that is automatically created.
- Each student enrolled in a curriculum course through South Piedmont may access their courses in Moodle.
- Through Moodle, instructors and students can continue to engage in meaningful ways.
- In order to minimize interruptions to learning, please use the resources linked here to migrate your courses online.
- Academic Continuity Essentials Tools and Tips Documentation
- On Demand Webinars, Tutorials, and Documents to train and to aid teaching online (VLC Faculty page)
- Attachments will be included of Bb Learn and Moodle webinars, tutorials and documents
- Download courses in Bb Learn/Moodle
- Receive instruction on Technology and Tools
- Request help in any online area
- List of VLC Tutorials (with links)
- Repository to manage, collect, and share digital learning resources for use in traditional or distance learning environments; over 194,000 learning objects and resources including NROC, V-Scope Explorer, Intelecom Adult Basic Education; open educational resources; ebooks; professional development tutorials and videos and hundreds of quailty resources to support specific NCCCS courses. Interactive learning objects are mapped to the NCCCS courses. The NCLOR reduces duplication of effort associated with course development; and resources are integrated and accessible through Blackboard and Moodle.
- The NROC collection, accessible through the NCLOR, contains over 3,500 multi-curriculum topics and 1,128 additional lessons. Topics include Algebra, Developmental Math and English, Biology, Environmental Science, Social Sciences, and Religions of the World.
- Quality Matters (QM) is a faculty-centered peer review process that is designed to certify the quality of online courses and online components. The System Office subscription provides NCCCS colleges with training opportunities and discounted memberships.
- This resource provides an unlimited use license for all colleges. The database contains electronic medical textbooks; journals, and current articles on allied health, nursing, dental, and emergency services. Access is by IP authentication on campus and remote login off campus. Access is also available through a free mobile app for electronic devices.
- Collaboration with telemedicine department of UNC-LCCC to produce webinars for NCCCS nursing courses shared with the state-wide community. Webinars include closed captioning and scripts.
- System-wide resource for Basic Biology, Anatomy & Physiology, and Microbiology collections; state-of-the-art high resolution microscopy which mimics physical functionality of a real microscope and requires students to follow traditional laboratory process and protocol; web-deliverable, includes study guides, and can be downloaded to college servers; free professional development workshops by vendor.
- This collaborative project of the North Carolina Community College System and NC State University allows individual community colleges to provide computer lab services through cloud computing and to achieve cost efficiency for software and hardware. The VCE business model provides community colleges a cost-effective alternative to expensive, traditional computer labs. Selection is determined through an annual application process.
To keep our employees, students, and other stakeholders safe, we are minimizing face-to-face contact whenever possible. As such, we have a temporary teleworking agreement on our SharePoint site for employees. Any teleworking agreement must be discussed with and approved by your supervisor prior to commencement. To maintain college operations, certain roles may need to be present at their work sites at some point in time. Employees must complete a Campus Access Form on Sharepoint when working from SPCC locations. Some roles do not have duties that can be performed off-site which may lead to these employees taking leave per our current policies or through other arrangements determined by college administration.
Your compensation and benefits will not change while teleworking. Work hours and leave scheduling must conform to the College’s regular business practices. Requests to work overtime or use leave time must be approved by your supervisor in the same manner as when working at a customary SPCC worksite.
As conditions change related to directives, employee performance, or ability to work remotely, the college will re-evaluate existing teleworking arrangements. The following categories will be determined through conversations between employees, their supervisors, and Human Resources.
- Employees who can telework and still maintain college operations for which they are responsible will submit a temporary telework request form through their supervisor. The work schedule and strategies will be developed in partnership between the employee and their immediate supervisor. If anything should change regarding an employee’s situation, health status, and/or the ability to work remotely the employee should inform their immediate supervisor and Human Resources.
- Non-exempt staff should continue to record hours worked on their normal monthly timesheets, take 30-minute meal breaks at a minimum, and request approval from supervisors regarding overtime.
- Exempt staff and instructional staff should record hours worked on the temporary telework log. This does not apply to curriculum faculty.
- Participants of the wellness program may continue to record wellness hours on the wellness activity log while teleworking
- Employees who are at higher risk due to ongoing health conditions are allowed to establish telework schedule and strategies with their immediate supervisor. If the employee’s current job duties cannot be accomplished via teleworking, alternate duties (important for maintaining college operations) may be assigned as needed during teleworking period. The employee may also take leave according to policy.
Employees who are unable to physically report for work due to COVID-19 impacted closure of public K-12 schools and have no accessible childcare are allowed to establish telework alternate schedule strategies with their immediate supervisor. If the employee’s current job duties cannot be accomplished via teleworking, alternate duties (important for maintaining college operations) may be assigned as needed during teleworking period. The employee may also take leave according to policy.
The college leadership will work with employees to develop a rotating skeleton crew (social distancing) as necessary to keep college spaces open as essential to maintain college operations.
Make-up work may be assigned by the immediate supervisor. This make-up work must meet college operation needs and should be scheduled as timely as possible. The assigned plan and documentation of the made-up work must be provided to the respective division Vice-President. The Vice-President will approve the plan prior to its execution and should promptly receive the documentation of made-up time.
Any employee work schedule changes that are not met by the above provisions shall be submitted to the President’s office for further consideration.
- All college-affiliated travel is prohibited except for travel to SPCC locations and to SPCC-affiliated off-site locations that continue to host services and programs.
- For personal travel, full-time and part-time faculty and staff should continue to complete the Travel Form located under the Personal Travel tab on SharePoint as notification to Human Resources about any upcoming travel OR to document travel within the last two weeks outside of Anson and Union Counties.
Virtual Contact and Meeting information
During the time we are teleworking due to COVID-19, our students, employees, and other stakeholders must be able to contact us through our college extensions, and our meetings will be conducted virtually.
The best way to have virtual meetings is through Skype. All users, employees and students, have access to Skype through O365. Employees that have permanent SPCC issued laptops should have the Skype client installed. The Skype client does not have to be installed to participate in a meeting.
- Press the “Fwd All” button on your desk phone
- Enter 9 + 1 + 10-digit phone number
- Place a test call once calls have been forwarded. If the test call fails, contact Brian Nine, Director of Infrastructure Support, BNine@spcc.edu or 704.993.2477
Hiding Outgoing Caller ID Number
- On a per call basis
- Press *67 followed by the 10-digit phone number
- iPhones (Note: This feature may not be supported by all phone carriers. Instructions may vary depending on phone version.)
- Go to Settings
- Select Phone
- Click Show My Caller ID
- Use the toggle switch to show or hide your number
- Android Devices (Note: This feature may not be supported by all phone carriers. Instructions may vary depending on phone type and version.)
- Open the Phone app
- Open the Menu
- Select Settings
- Click on Call settings
- Click on Additional settings
- Click on Caller ID
- Choose “Hide number” and your number will be hidden
- Choose “Show number” or “Network default” to resume showing your number
Please contact Security in addition to completing the COVID-19 Campus Access Form before coming to campus.
- Cell: 704.698.7255
- Office: 5883
OCH – Building A
- Cell: 704.776.3898
- Office: 5800
- Cell: 704.221.7624
- Office: 5881
- Cell: 704.690.0478
- Office: 5277
- Cell: 704.690.0944
- Office: 5467
Security Operations Center (SOC)
- Cell: 704.689.1612
- Office: 5866
- Cell: 704.221.9757
- Office: 5347
- Cell: 585.739.1691
- Office: 5802