Electrical and Computer Engineering

Fall Back to Work -- ECE

  1. Purdue Wayne Prepared
  2. ECE Back to Work Guideline
  3. Memo of Designated Seating Arrangements and Recording of Attendance
  4. Instructional Preparedness Recommendations
  5. Stuent Reporting, Quarantine and Isolating Protocol
  6. ECE Labs Teaching 207/208/270/362/485

Pudue Fort Wayne Prepared

The Purdue Fort Wayne Prepared website is the primary source for information regarding campus health and safety expectations.

ECE Back to Work Plan

The ECE Back to Work plan (draft) can be referred for ECE-specific questions and recommendations.

Seat Designation and Attendance Recording

The Memo of Designated Seating Arrangements and Recording of Attendance need to be followed during instructional activities for seating and attendance.

Instructional Preparedness Recommendations

The Recommendations of Instructional Preparedness Subcommittee need to be followed for instructional activities.

COVID Reporting

The Guideline of COVID-19 positive reporting shall be followed.

ECE Labs

All ECE labs will NOT be conducted in groups. Each student will complete the assignments by himself/herself. The only exception is for simulation-only assignments, students can work in groups virtually. ECE labs are suggested to be assigned in alternate way– simulation, in-lab practice, simulation, in-lab practice, … Students in ECE labs (ECE 207/208/270/362) will be divided into two groups, group A and group B. When group A is on the simulation week when students don’t come to the lab and they can complete the simulation during other time periods or remotely, group B will be on the in-lab practice week and vice versa.

Each student will be provided with a pencil box to store their lab supplies/materials. This pencil box and materials need to be returned in the end of the semester. Electronic parts will be prepared and distributed by the GTA.