Last updated July 28
As COVID-19 continues to impact our global community, institutions of higher education have had to reconsider courses, expectations, and evaluation schematics. In this light, we gathered key information from our partners and our task forces to support institutions as they work through these challenging times into a single all-in-one guide. We will also continue to share additional resources here.
- The Haverford-based Community Based Global Learning Collaborative's flipped-classroom and co-curricular toolkit was built through a range of individual lessons
- Merrimack ScholarWorks provides free access to "Service-learning in the COVID19 era: Learning in the midst of crisis."
- Use our guide to Community Engagement and Service-Learning in the Public Health Crisis to plan for the fall semester.
- Our partners at the Swearer Center at Brown University have created guidelines for community engagement programs in the fall of 2020. Learn more about their efforts to plan in a time of uncertainty on our blog.
- University of Central Arkansas shares their updated service-learning policies here.
- The University of Michigan's K-12 Virtual Engagement Guide offers guidance for planning engagement with K-12 students.
- University of Michigan has also compiled a collection of resources for planning virtual and remote opportunities.
- The Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning at Indiana University Bloomington have come out with resources for community engaged teaching at this time. In this blog, they also talk about how to utilize the concept of Retrieval Practice (recalling information when it is not in front of you) as an aspect of this online learning.
- Iowa Campus Compact has put together a guide based on communications with other Campus Compact schools to help engaged campuses at this time. Campus Compact has also created an extensive resources list for institutions in this time.
- Vanderbilt University’s teaching in a time of crisis article helps guide those who are teaching online courses Highlights: mind the cognitive load; assign relevant activities; provide resources — students need to know that you are aware of everything going on. Inside Higher Ed also has helpful suggestions for creating community in a time of crisis.
- This one-hour video by the Bonner Foundation offers helpful tips and suggestions for teaching an online social action course. From planning, establishing community norms, and creating an online community to structuring and evaluating, this video offers step-by-step and thorough information to help move teaching online.
Learn more about our team's response to COVID-19 here.