Reasonable online classes and worker's employment

Reasonable online classes and worker's employment

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Gad Licht started this petition to Wesleyan

A list of student and worker’s demand:
 
            Students:
1.     For all online classes, class notes in online pdf or as an email (easiest format for many to access) covering all class material for each lecture separately shall be provided made by a TA, student, or teacher in accordance to the university disability policy as to accomadate students with access issues, etc. https://www.wesleyan.edu/studentaffairs/disabilities/Faculty/reasonable-accommodations.html
2.     If a time difference is present, online discussion can be held for questions and lectures will be recorded by at least one student and posted. https://www.wesleyan.edu/studentaffairs/disabilities/Faculty/reasonable-accommodations.html
3.     Flexible deadlines in accordance with https://www.wesleyan.edu/studentaffairs/disabilities/Faculty/reasonable-accommodations.htmlfor students suffering mental distress, bad connection, or time differences with understanding that some problems may occur last second.
4.     If zoom is band in a country, alternative platforms will be looked at.
5.     Teachers will consider using online forums like moodle to hold discussions.
 
Workers:
 
1.     Campus is still open for a few students, so workers should not be fired esp. those that depend on livelihood. Instead they should work more on sanitation to prevent disease spread, up keep, and fixing things or doing jobs we normally do not get too. Additionally, more sick days should be given for outbreak.
2.     Update workers regularly on progress, preferably daily.
3.     Guarantee all University non-student employees are fully paid, and student employees can get job or pay if on financial aid.
                                                                                                                
 
 
                                                                                                                                      

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