Students can use the campus app to report their COVID-19 test results. For example, if a student is tested for COVID-19, and gets a positive result, they can self-report to notify school administrators. Conversely, if a student tests negative, they can notify the school of this as well.
Self-reported test results feed into the Case Management system. They can be used for contact tracing and notifying students who may have been exposed to the virus.
Here are the steps to allow students to self-report their test results:
- Make a Self-Reporting Form Using a template
- Share the self-reporting form and add it to the campus app
- Feature the self-reporting for at the top of the campus guide[Optional]
Make a Self-Reporting Form Using a template
Students will answer questions that are grouped together into a form. By answering questions, and submitting the form, students will inform you of their test results and their COVID-19 status.
You can use the template with no modifications. The templates are based on CDC guidelines and we recommend using it without modifications for now. If you do wish to change the form, see Edit a form.
To come back to this step later, click “Save as Draft.”
Share the self-reporting form and add it to the campus app
When you are done making any changes to the form, click “Publish.” You are now ready to share the form.
You will want to share the self-reporting form using the campus guide, where it is easily accessed in the mobile guide. Follow the steps here: Share a form.
Feature the self-reporting for at the top of the campus guide[Optional]
You can place the Self Reporting form at the top of the Campus Guide by making it the featured tile. When students log in to this section of the app, it will be the first tile they see. Here is how you can set it up: Featured Content in Campus Guide.