Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, almost all US colleges and universities are going fully online for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester. This includes online or take home final exams in classes that were not originally designed for asynchronous exams. Several of my colleagues are concerned about the integrity of their exams (especially those who haven't taught online before).
The question to address is "How should we enforce and adapt our policies (if at all) during this time?" It would be an impossible task (and not our job) to check new questions against all exam questions, but COVID-19 will change the behaviors (in the short term) on this site. I believe that it is worth discussing how we will react.
We are typically careful about competition questions, but sometimes less stringent about PSQ's. In this situation, PSQ's have the potential to be exam questions. In addition, as this question brings up, we're likely to see an influx of new users (and poorly asked questions).
1) How should we enforce and adapt our policies during the COVID-19 outbreak?
2) How can can we appropriately support the needs of the college/university community during the COVID-19 outbreak?