AAE OccuTrack - Taylor Hall occupancy

A description and links about the AAE OccuTrack app that is being used to request access to and track occupancy levels in Taylor Hall during COVID-19.

About OccuTrack

OccuTrack is an app adapted from a campus-authored system to assist in requesting access to buildings and tracking the occupancy levels throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Taylor Hall residents have been been pre-approved for their personal office spaces in the case of faculty, staff and PhD students and for program-specific common areas in the case of MSPO and REDA students. 

Each floor has been limited to 25% capacity, and shared offices/spaces are limited to 1 person at a time with the exceptions of B17 and B4. 

General Procedure for Requesting Building Access

Listed below is a brief summary of the steps for requesting building access.   More details can be found for each step at the linked KB documents.

  1. Go to the online form at https://apps2.aae.wisc.edu/occutrack/ - NetID is required.

  2. Fill in the room number you are requesting.   It should ONLY be your office/space.

  3. Fill out the time you are requesting.  You can choose to repeat the time period over additional days of the week, and for up to 4 months.

  4. If you wish to hide your name (only your office number will show in the app) to everyone except app administrators, check the box indicating so.

  5. Hit Submit Form.   Assuming ALL of the following criteria is met, your request will be automatically approved.

    • You requested only your personal office/group space.
    • Your requested time does not exceed 20 hours per week.
    • At no time in the span you requested will the capacity of a particular floor go over 25%.   Capacity numbers are as follows:
      • Basement: 7 people, 2nd: 7 people, 3rd: 11 people, 4th: 7 people, 5th: 2 people
    • At no time in the span you requested will the capacity of your personal office/group space go over 1 person (except for B4 and B17, which is 2 people)

    If ANY of these criteria are not met, a button will appear for you to request approval.  
    Please note: Approval for requests outside of the criteria above will be granted only in RARE circumstances.

You also have the ability to edit existing requests by navigating to the date/time on the calendar and click the edit button.

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Keywords:occutrack; covid; covid-19; occupancy; capacity; research; contact tracing;   Doc ID:106722
Owner:Eric D.Group:Agricultural & Applied Economics
Created:2020-10-19 19:42 CSTUpdated:2020-10-19 21:11 CST
Sites:Agricultural & Applied Economics
CleanURL:https://kb.wisc.edu/aae/occutrack
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