Working and learning safely
Information for all users of the History Faculty and Seeley Library
During the Covid-19 pandemic, the History Faculty will take special precautions to ensure that all its members can stay safe. We are looking forward to returning to our more typical teaching formats in the coming academic year. The Faculty will be offering teaching in person from Michaelmas 2021, and will keep this under review as the pandemic conditions require. Our teaching rooms will be ventilated as far as possible, and users will be asked to wear face coverings when moving about the building and listening to lectures, unless exempt.
The Seeley Library is open for study purposes between 10am-1pm and 2-4.30pm each weekday. 'Click and collect' materials may still be ordered.
We ask that everyone does their best to observe the regulations and treat all around them with patience and respect, despite the challenges we face.
You can find out more about the University's policies for teaching and learning during the pandemic here
When entering the Faculty building you should
- Scan the NHS QR code
- Sanitise hands on entry
- Wear a face covering in the building (unless exempt), except when working alone in an office with the door closed
- Avoid gathering in large groups where distancing can't be maintained
- Observe the one way system in the Faculty building
If you have any symptoms, please follow the instructions issued by the University about testing and self isolation.
The following links will give you some further detail about our procedures, and who to contact if you have any concerns.