Tag Archives: Emergencies

UC Emergency Procedures Flipsharts – Trapped In An Elevator

We have all seen the Emergency Procedures Flipcharts around, but how many of us have actually read these?

Each week we will look at a page from the flip chart in order to become more familiar with its contents.

TRAPPED IN AN ELEVATOR

Being trapped in an elevator can be a scary experience.  It is key to keep calm whilst waiting to be rescued.

 

 

Ready for Semester 1?

With the start of the semester only a few days away, what do I need to consider, before walking into a teaching space?

It could be one I have used before, or a new one to me.

Use the links below to LEARN, with teaching staff log in.

Upgraded teaching spaces

A number of spaces have been upgraded and enlarged over the summer period. Some building names have even changed.

There may be new lecterns, controls, annotation monitors, and microphones.

It may be worth viewing spaces well before teaching, rather than being surprised on the day.

Windows 10

We now have Windows 10 installed in Resident PCs – the PC in teaching space lecterns.

Common mistakes

It is easy to forget simple things, in the rush to get in and get started. And when finishing up.

Lecture capture

The new Echo360 has been in place since late last year. And more teaching spaces than ever, now have lecture capture installed.

Noting there is no backup, or just-in-case capture taking place. Semi-automated lecture capture only takes place in installed spaces, if requested and confirmed in advance. Consider this well in advance, for Semester 2.

Dealing with fire and emergencies

When teaching, be prepared for those rare situations.

Support

This can be requested though a quick web form on Assyst Self Service, selecting Services on the left, and then the provider.

All the best for your first teaching activity.