Corona: Check in before your lecture

The check-in solution will make tracking and tracing easier and will supplement our existing infection prevention routines. We encourage you to register yourself before visiting classrooms, auditoriums, canteens and other learning spaces.

Your check-in is important to keep the campus open for students and employees. By registering yourself you keep yourself and your fellow students safe, and NMBU can help the municipality when an eventual outbreak occurs.

This is how you check in

You use your mobile phone’s camera to scan the QR code that will be displayed at the entrance to all classrooms at NMBU.

  1. Scan the QR code outside of the room before you go in (logon with FEIDE if you are asked)
  2. Choose the room you will enter
  3. Adjust the start and end times
  4. Click Check in


What if the room does not have a QR code?

If you do not find a QR code for your room, you can manually register via NMBU Check-in. When manually registering it is also possible to register rooms you have visited within the last 21 days.

  1. Logon to NMBU Check-in with Feide
  2. Click manual registering and search for your room
  3. Adjust the start and end times
  4. Click Check in

Registering is voluntary. The registration website is net-based so you do not need to download anything.


Can I delete an incorrect registration?

Yes, you can delete registrations under «My check-ins». Delete the incorrect attendance, and then use the room search to re-register with the correct details.


How do I scan a QR code?

  1. Open the mobile phone’s camera
  2. Point the camera towards the QR code (the camera reads the code and you will receive a notification)
  3. Tap on the notification to open the link.

Safe and secure

Using NMBU Check-in is secure. When you use this solution, you consent to the use of your registration data in tracking and tracing. Your registrations will not be used for any other purpose than tracking and tracing, and will automatically be deleted after 21 days.

The way your data is handled safeguards your privacy. Only people who work actively with tracking and tracing and administering the system have access to produce reports based on your registrations. The report is delivered safely to the municipalities that are responsible for tracking and tracing. This will only happen in connection with cases of infection and when one of NMBU’s home municipalities asks for it.

“This solution will be a solid supplement to the registration we already have in place today. It is important for NMBU to be well prepared – especially now. Our task is to help the municipality with tracking and tracing. We wish to do this in a professional manner, so a system like this could be quite effective. In addition, it is an easy system that is easy to use,” says Emergency Leader Lars Atle Holm.


Contact IT if you have questions about the system

Published 12. November 2020 - 16:15 - Updated 6. January 2021 - 9:33