CBLR COVID-19 Safety

CBLR COVID-19 Safety

This webpage contains safety processes and guidance for community-based learning and research while in the reopening Phase 2 of the COVID-19 recovery plan

Steps for any IN PERSON community work as a component of the course
 

Faculty, Office of CBLR*, Community Partner

Student Steps

1. Ensure community work meets the Governor’s criteria under Phase 2. View decision tree.

1. Complete CBLR COVID Prevention Orientation and quiz on Canvas (slide deck that covers the specifics of the UW Fieldwork Health and Safety Plan)

2. Complete UW Fieldwork Health and Safety Plan

2. Take WHO online training and quiz on Canvas

3. If using EXPO (CBLR position description database), partner inputs safety plan into student position description.              

3. Sign student Acknowledgment of Risk form on EXPO as they sign up for position.

 

4. Complete any mandatory training provided by community organization.

*CBLR Office can provide guidance:

  • Support faculty and community partner to complete UW Fieldwork Health and Safety Plan and also turn plan into a specific Prevention Orientation for students
  • Support faculty and partners with EXPO
  • Upload Canvas modules to course canvas: WHO training and quiz, CBLR COVID-Prevention Orientation and quiz

Steps for working virtually with minors (K-12 Schools, youth organizations, etc.)

Faculty, Office of CBLR*, Community Partner

Student Steps

1. Confirm that community partner can run a background check on UW Bothell students before UW Bothell student engages with youth.

1. Video and quiz in Canvas: Report Suspected Child Abuse or Neglect

2. Faculty read Engaging Youth Virtually

2. Video and quiz in Canvas: Promoting Safe Interactions with Youth

3. For faculty engaged in research that includes youth as a primary subject population and that involves in-person or virtual (e.g., online) interactions with youth, please review APS 10.13 policies and follow required registration procedures.

3. Complete CBLR Code of Conduct for Interaction with Minors (via DocuSign)

 

4. CBLR staff conduct training on best practices and policies for engaging youth in virtual environments. Slide deck video or synchronized virtual training.

*CBLR Office can provide guidance:

  • Support faculty in finding school/community partner who is looking for college student virtual engagement through tutoring, one-off activities, etc.
  • Support faculty in understand Engaging Youth Virtually policies.
  • Upload Canvas modules to course canvas: youth videos, quizzes
  • Email students DocuSign Code of Conduct and track completion
  • Create specific CBLR orientation for your course