OhioNET Temporarily Closes Office to Help Prevent Community Spread of COVID-19
In light of recent recommendations from the Governor’s Office and health officials, and based on the changing landscape, OhioNET is temporarily closing our office in Columbus, beginning Monday, March 23.
- We are still conducting business, hosting webinars, supporting OPAL, COOL, PLC and all of our members — we’re just doing it remotely.
- All meetings in our building have been canceled and the affected organizations have been notified. We apologize for this inconvenience, but the health and safety of our staff and those in our network makes it necessary to take this precaution.
- In order to support our members, many of whom are also closed or who have employees that need to work from home, we’re making OhioNET’s Training Archive of continuing education webinars available to all members for free through June 30. Please take advantage of this rich resource. For more information click here.
- There have been a variety of vendor responses to COVID-19, as well as a statement from ICOLC. We’ve collected and linked to that information here, should it be helpful to you.
We hope you’re all doing okay, and that social distancing doesn’t have you feeling too disconnected. As we respond to the changing environment, we will continue to provide updates.
As always, if you have questions, concerns, or comments, please let me know.
Nancy S. Kirkpatrick, CEO/Executive Director