OU moving to remote learning Thursday, Friday

Emma Keith, The Norman Transcript, Okla.
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Feb. 17—The University of Oklahoma will move to online classes Thursday and Friday as low temperatures continue and snow remains on the ground.

OU canceled classes and moved nonessential employees to remote work Monday through Wednesday this week as intermittent rolling power outages caused connectivity challenges Monday and Tuesday.

According to a tweet from OU Campus Safety, both classes and work for nonessential employees will be remote the rest of the week. Essential employees should check in with their supervisors, according to the university.

Power companies have not announced any rolling outages yet on Wednesday.

Emma Keith covers Norman Public Schools and the University of Oklahoma for The Transcript. Reach her at ekeith@normantranscript.com or at @emma_ckeith.