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3/17/2020 15:20:08Academic advisingStaffAcademic Advising Responses to COVID-19 in the US Online DiscussionNACADAYes of a 3/12/2020 webinar from NACADA regarding how academic advising is responding to the crisis. Link to crowdsourced notes: Newkirk-KotfilaNASPA
3/17/2020 15:26:00Academic advisingStaffAdvising in Times of Disruption@AcAdvChat CommunityYes robust crowdsourced document covering the evaluation of advising tools; complications of switching to online teaching/advisement; communication changes; remote appointment options; addressing staff needs; longer-range planning considerations; and helping students adjust to online coursework. Elise Newkirk-KotfilaNASPA
3/17/2020 17:25:50Family, child, and K-12 resourcesFaculty, StudentsDaily schedule and online resources for K-12 studentsGoose Creek School DistrictMaybe and Spanish schedule with embedded links to online learning resources (e.g. Khan Academy) for children between kindergarten and 12th grade.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/17/2020 17:28:35InstructionFaculty, StudentsOnline professional learning resourcesNational Council of Teachers of EnglishMaybe (9-pages) of books, blog posts, journal articles, other resources, and activities for online instruction.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/17/2020 17:30:39InstructionFacultyPrepare to move online (in a hurry)Nathan GreenoNo piece from Inside Higher Ed about the top six things instructors should do while moving their courses online quickly.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/17/2020 17:36:21InstructionFacultyOnline teaching resource page for earth, environmental, and related sciencesEarth Science Women's NetworkYes very similar to this one focused solely on earth and environmental sciences. Links to over 50 resources posted as of 3/17/2020.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/17/2020 17:45:19InstructionFacultyTeachers helping teachers: Moving economics classes online -- in a hurryMarginal Revolution UniversityMaybe to many libraries of video content on key economic principles. Also have links to a Facebook group and online educator support chat option.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/17/2020 17:47:21Family, child, and K-12 resourcesParents of K-12 studentsVoluntary at-home learning resourcesBrandywine School District, Wilmington, DEYes PDF packets for students grade K-12. Resources for students with disabilities 9-12.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/17/2020 17:53:24InstructionFacultyPsychology faculty lecture exchangeOpen-sourceMaybe list of psychology faculty members across the country willing to do virtual guest lectures. Spreadsheet includes location, subject area expertise, and email addresses.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/17/2020 19:01:17InstructionFacultyACUE's Online Teaching ToolkitACUE (Association of College and University Educators)No series of videos, tips, and fact sheets for transitioning to remote teachingMelinda KarpPhase Two Advisory
3/18/2020 10:37:45InstructionFaculty, College and university community partnersCOVID-19: LOCAL-GLOBAL LEARNING AND CIVIC RESOURCESCampus CompactNo for faculty and student working in Campus-Community Engagement, Volunteering, and Civic Organizing. This include =COVID-19 Syllabi, Online Social Action Coursework, Discussion Facilitation, and Humanizing Elise Newkirk-Kotfila
3/18/2020 10:40:49Chief info. officer / ITSenior administration, Unit or office directors/managersEDUCAUSE COVID-19EDUCAUSENo on Student Accessibility and Privacy, working remotely, alternative education and delivery methods, and general updatesElise Newkirk-KotfilaAdvising Success Network
3/18/2020 11:02:28Family, child, and K-12 resourcesParents of K-12 studentsSummer Food Service ProgramMichigan Department of EducationYes map of free lunches for school aged children in the state of Michigan.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/18/2020 11:15:56Human resources and tenureSenior administration, Facultycolleges and universities adjusting review, renewal, tenure, promotion resourcesOpen-sourceNo list of university statements regarding tenure review adjustments in light of the Covid-19 crisis.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/18/2020 11:21:07Working remotelyStaff, Faculty23 Essential Tips for Working RemotelyLindsey Pollak and Eileen Coombes at Inc.Maybe of suggested practices to make working at home for feasible for those new to it.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/18/2020 11:24:20Student affairs/ Holistic student supportsStudents, Parents of college studentsWhat to do if the coronavirus affects your student loan paymentsMeghan Lustig at US NewsYes of the steps to take and things to consider if you need to adjust your student loan payments because of the public health / economic crisis caused by the coronavirus. Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/18/2020 11:32:01Institutional finances, policy/legal issues, enrollment managementUnit or office directors/managersSupporting #RealCollege Students with Caring Enrollment Management and Financial Aid Practices During COVID-19The Hope Center at Temple UniversityYes and universities across the United States and around the world are scrambling to keep their students, faculty, and staff healthy, safe, and educated during the COVID-19 pandemic. To help you effectively support students, our team at The Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice offers considerations and resources for enrollment management and financial aid offices.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/18/2020 11:46:21InstructionFacultyMoving Online NowChronicle of Higher EducationMaybe of articles on guidance for moving instruction onlineKeith WithamThe Aspen Institute
3/18/2020 13:53:12Student affairs/ Holistic student supportsSenior administration, Parents of K-12 studentsUnited Way Worldwide Launches COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery FundUnited WayYes release about and link to application United Way's new response fund. Fund is designed to help keep critical community services running.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/18/2020 14:34:35Family, child, and K-12 resourcesStaff, Faculty, StudentsYoga for Office Workers/Those Who Sit for a Very Long TimeKassandraNo your yoga studio? Needing to move more, now that you're working remotely?
3/18/2020 14:50:24InstructionFacultyQM Emergency Remote Instruction ChecklistQuality MattersNo phases of moving to online instruction (prep, guiding students and their learning, longer term considerations), from QM and linked to their course design rubric.KD MaynardVentureWell
3/18/2020 14:58:03Institutional finances, policy/legal issues, enrollment managementSenior administration, Unit or office directors/managersReadings on the Legal and Policy Implications of COVID-19Kevin R. McClureMaybe of articles with links on supporting students, contracts and liability, campus safety and risk management, international students, student loans, federal/state funding, refunds, and other topics. Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/18/2020 15:00:01Institutional finances, policy/legal issues, enrollment managementSenior administration, Unit or office directors/managersReadings on the financial implications of COVID-19Kevin McClureMaybe of articles and blogs about long-term implications of the crisis.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/18/2020 15:03:47Student affairs/ Holistic student supportsStaff, Faculty, StudentsManaging Covid-19 AnxietyAnxiety & Depression Association of AmericaYes and many links on how to deal with coronavirus anxiety, at any age.KD MaynardVentureWell
3/18/2020 15:09:59InstructionFacultyRemote Teaching Resources for Business ContinuityDePaul University, originallyMaybe compilation of links from colleges & universities, nationwide, primarily on teaching & learning but touching on other resources, as well.KD MaynardVentureWell
3/18/2020 15:15:02Family, child, and K-12 resourcesFacultyEducation Companies Offering Free Subscriptions due to School ClosingsAmazing Educational ResourcesMaybehttp://www.amazingeducationalresources.comMyriad resources, many directed to K12, for free educational resourcesKD MaynardVentureWell
3/18/2020 15:26:29Student affairs/ Holistic student supportsFaculty, Unit or office directors/managersSupporting Students When Campus Services are Reduced or InterruptedACPAYes google sheet with national schools submitting "Current Approach" or "Things You Need Help With" and contact info.KD MaynardVentureWell
3/18/2020 16:44:27InstructionFaculty, StudentsFree Resources on MUSE During COVID-19Project MuseYes response to the challenges created by the global public health crisis of COVID-19, Project MUSE is pleased to support its participating publishers in making scholarly content temporarily available for free on our platform. Resources are available between May and June, depending on publisher.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/18/2020 17:23:06InstructionFaculty, Unit or office directors/managersVirtual guest lecturers for higher education/ student affairs coursesOpen-sourceYes list of faculty and experts offering their time for virtual interviews for courses in higher education / student affairs.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/19/2020 10:12:48Student affairs/ Holistic student supportsUnit or office directors/managersCOVID-19 ResourcesNASPA - Student Affairs Administrators in Higher EducationYes for Student Affairs Administrators and ProfessionalsElise Newkirk-KotfilaNASPA
3/19/2020 10:17:04General resourcesFaculty, ParentsCoronavirus Resource KitunknownYes compilation features resources from disabled, queer, elderly, Asian, and indigenous people. Mutual aid projects from Seattle, Philadelphia, DC, Twin Cities, Boston, and Chicago have been added
3/19/2020 10:52:56General resourcesSenior administration, Faculty, Unit or office directors/managersCOVID-19: Higher Education Response CenterEntangled SolutionsYes tracking the impacted institutions. Links to regularly updated resources and articles about the crisis.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/19/2020 10:54:30General resourcesSenior administration, Unit or office directors/managersUS Department of Education COVID-19 ("Coronavirus") Information and Resources for Schools and School PersonnelUS Department of EducationYes of resources for both K-12 and higher education institutions curated by the Dept. of Ed.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/19/2020 10:57:02Student affairs/ Holistic student supportsStudents, Parents of college studentsGuidance for interruptions of study related to Coronavirus (COVID-19)Office of Postsecondary Education - US Dept. of Ed.Yes for how to support students whose studies have been interrupted (either directly or indirectly) by the Covid-19 pandemic.Scott DalessandroBMGF
3/19/2020 11:01:30Health and wellnessSenior administration, Unit or office directors/managersGuidance for colleges and universities regarding COVID-19Centers for Disease ControlNo instructions on what to do at all times and during an outbreak at your college/university.Scott DelessandroBMGF
3/19/2020 11:24:39Health and wellnessSenior administration, Faculty, StudentsWebinars and Q&As American College Health AssociationYes updated list of webinars and Q&A sessions about Covid-19's impact on higher education. Links to information and guidance on the outbreak.Scott Delessandro BMGF
3/19/2020 11:44:51General resourcesStudents, ParentsCOVID-19 Resources for StudentsEast Coast Asian American Student UnionYes compilation of resources with ten pages of links.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/20/2020 10:13:54InstructionFacultyOnline Education and Website Accessibility - Webinar RecordingUS Dept of Ed Office for Civil RightsYes instruction goes online, this webinar is designed to address needs of students with disabilities. Jessica LeacherThe Aspen Institute
3/20/2020 10:14:51InstructionAnyoneFact Sheet: Addressing the Risk of COVID-19 in Schools While Protecting the Civil Rights of StudentsUS Dept of Ed: Office for Civil RightsYes LeacherThe Aspen Institute
3/20/2020 10:31:11InstructionFaculty, StudentsKeep TeachingThe University of MarylandYes"[The University of Maryland's] Accessibility and Disabilities Service and Division of Information Technology have been working together to create a website called “Keep Teaching” with resources for faculty and students to demystify building and participating in online courses. Each set of resources has an extensive guide on accessibility – how to create accessible online tools and how accommodations for students will play out online." - Sarah Weissman, Diverse Issues in Higher Education ( LeacherThe Aspen Institute
3/20/2020 10:34:38EventsFaculty, StudentsWhat to do when your amazing yield plan is put on icePlatform EducationNo article provides examples from how colleges are leveraging online events to ensure maximum engagement. Examples include:
- University of Tampa admitted students event
- University of San Diego parents and family session
- Valencia College live chat and presentations for international students
- Towson University pre-orientation webcast
Jessica LeacherThe Aspen Institute
3/20/2020 10:38:23Events, Working remotelyFacultyVirtual ConferencesAlyssa, Inside Higher Ed blogNo blog shares examples of virtual platforms that might be useful as instruction moves online.Jessica LeacherThe Aspen Institute
3/20/2020 13:37:15InstructionFaculty, StudentsOER - Open Educational Resources: Big List of ResourcesUniversity of Pittsburgh, University Library SystemsNo lists of OERs by subject, complete courses, multimedia resources, images and artwork, open-access books, and large repositories of resources.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/20/2020 15:20:28InstructionFacultyKeep Teaching USGUniversity System of GeorgiaYes With all 26 institutions of the USG going to an online teaching and learning context, the USG sought the ideas and resources of many offices, coming up with the resources found at Keep Teaching USGJeffery Galle, AVC Faculty Development USG
3/20/2020 16:11:51InstructionFaculty, StudentsUIA Facebook PageUniversity Innovation AllianceMaybe UIA has been regularly posting brief interviews with instructional designers from across their network on how to quickly move course content online in the most effective way. Currently, interviews with staff from the University of Central Florida and Ohio State have been posted. Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/20/2020 16:17:01InstructionStudentsEnabling student access to Creative Cloud during COVID-19 campus closuresAdobeYes is offering at-home access to Creative Cloud free of cost to college students who previously only had lab access through May 31st. This link further describes the offer and provides instructions on accessing the tools.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/23/2020 9:36:08Student affairs/ Holistic student supportsAnyoneAdjusting your Study Habits During COVIDU Michigan, Center for Academic InnovationNo piece with lots of concrete suggestions, addressing both academic and person well-being.KD MaynardVentureWell
3/23/2020 9:42:53InstructionFacultyHow to Make Your Online Pivot Less BrutalKevin Gannon, in Chronicle of Higher EducationNo offers his perspective, as both a faculty developer and an online teacher at a university. KD MaynardVentureWell
3/23/2020 11:05:55Health and wellnessAnyoneWhy You Must Act NowCOVID ACT NOWNo map showing, state-by-state, the timeline for peak impact. Tool is described as a model intended to help make fast decisions, not predict the future.KD MaynardVentureWell
3/23/2020 15:57:15General resourcesAnyoneTech Against CoronavirusTech Against CoronavirusNo of software solutions/products, categorized into work, education, Covid-19.KD MaynardVentureWell
3/23/2020 16:04:23InstructionFacultyTaking Your Teaching Online Program CollectionMagna PublicationsNo;s=FFWeekly200320;utm_term=FFWeekly200320&utm_source=ActiveCampaign&utm_medium=email&utm_content=Free+Program+Collection%3A+Taking+Your+Teaching+Online&utm_campaign=FF200320FREE collection of Magna Online Seminars and 20-Minute Mentor programs about online teaching and learning. Use coupon code for +/- 7 hours of content.KD MaynardVentureWell
3/23/2020 18:43:48Health and wellnessAnyoneCOVID-19 information by languageOpen-sourceYes list of links to resources about Covid-19 in languages other than English. Many indigenous and endangered languages are included.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/24/2020 11:58:16Student affairs/ Holistic student supportsSenior administrators, FacultySupporting Community College Students OnlineUrban InstituteYes report describing strategies community colleges use to support online learners. Many strategies can be applied to our current remote learning environment. Melinda KarpPhase Two Advisory
3/24/2020 12:00:44InstructionFacultyFree webinar: Employing equity-minded and culturally-affirming teaching practices in online spacesCORA LearningYes on employing equity-minded teaching in an online environmentMelinda KarpPhase Two Advisory
3/24/2020 12:37:00InstructionFacultyWebinar | Transformation in a Time of Crisis: Changing Course Venues in MidstreamEDUCAUSEMaybe
Learn about the approach representative institutions are taking
Share what your institution is doing and what you are learning
Hear from colleagues about what is working for them
Elise Newkirk-Kotfila
3/24/2020 13:09:29Family, child, and K-12 resourcesFaculty, Students, Parents of K-12 studentsScholastic Learn at Home (online classes)ScholasticNo online courses for students from pre-K to 9th grade.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/24/2020 13:14:38Student affairs/ Holistic student supportsAnyoneCOVID-19 Resources for Undocumented CommunitiesOpen-sourceYes of resources for undocumented people organized by state.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/24/2020 13:15:58Student affairs/ Holistic student supportsAnyoneCOVID-19 Resources for the Disability CommunityAccess LivingYes extensive list of a broad range of resources tailored for individuals who have disabilities.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/24/2020 13:18:46Family, child, and K-12 resourcesFaculty, Students, ParentsVirtual Field Trips with LinksOpen-sourceMaybe of virtual tours and webcams of international attractions. Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/24/2020 13:22:45Health and wellnessAnyoneOnline AA Meetings During COVID-19UnknownMaybe to online directory of meetings, speaker tape series, and speaker tape apps.
3/24/2020 13:28:33InstructionFacultyTransitioning to Virtual Teaching WebinarsDana Center at University of Texas AustinYes to regularly scheduled webinars and office hours centered on transition to virtual teaching. Sessions are led by Joan Zoellner and scheduled through April 16th. Josh WynerThe Aspen Institute
3/24/2020 16:09:12Student affairs/ Holistic student supportsAnyoneSupport for Veterans Shown by Congress’ Quick Response to Preserve GI Benefits during COVID-19WCETYes re: veterans' benefits and changes related to distance learning, from bill signed 3/21/2020.KD MaynardVentureWell
3/24/2020 16:22:23Student affairs/ Holistic student supportsStudentsOpen Letter to Students (Every Learner Director)Dr. Jessica Rowland Williams (Every Learner Everywhere)Maybe open letter to students provides reassurance, motivation and a few helpful tips for students as they struggle with taking college level courses amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
3/25/2020 11:07:17Institutional finances, policy/legal issues, enrollment managementSenior administration, Unit or office directors/managersSHEEO Newsletter SignupsState Higher Education Executive Officers AssociationNo to sign up for daily higher education briefings. Newsletters include: weekly federal update (SHEEO members only), state higher education finance update (open to all), daily higher education policy update (open to all). Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/25/2020 11:24:24General resourcesAnyoneHow states are responding to coronavirus, in 7 mapsPoliticoNo outlining how state policy responses to the corona virus differ.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/25/2020 12:31:30InstructionFaculty2020 Annotated Bibliography on Virtual Exchange ResearchAspen Institute - Stevens InitiativeMaybe authored by the Stevens Initiative and other organizations about virtual exchanges and facilitating online conversation.Josh WynerThe Aspen Institute
3/25/2020 12:33:37Student affairs/ Holistic student supportsSenior administrators, Faculty, StudentsATD Services/Covid pageAchieving the DreamMaybe offers guides and virtual counseling Elise Newkrik-Kotfila
3/25/2020 12:34:29General resourcesSenior administrators, Unit or office directors/managersAASCU COVID Resource PageAASCUYes resources, resources by stateElise Newkirk-Kotfila
3/25/2020 12:36:49InstructionFaculty, StudentsCOVID-19 Crisis Practices and FERPA Guidance on Remote Work and Virtual LearningAACRAOYes resource for understanding FERPA as we take things onlineElise Newkirk-Kotfila
3/25/2020 12:42:56General resourcesAnyoneCampus Sonar BriefingsCampus SonarNo Campus Sonar team is analyzing online conversations about coronavirus and higher education to determine conversation volume, topics, and relevant audience segmentation. Twice a week, every Tuesday and Friday afternoon, we'll provide an analysis of the conversation via a blog post and a slide deck. The slide deck presents data highlights and a summary to inform your planning. Share these free resources with your campus team and constituents.Elise Newkirk-Kotfila
3/25/2020 12:44:53Student affairs/ Holistic student supportsFaculty, Unit or office directors/managersNACE updatesNational Association of Colleges and EmployersYes halls and resources related to career servicesElise Newkirk-Kotfila
3/25/2020 13:56:29InstructionFacultyKeep Teaching at UCFUniversity of Central FloridaMaybe site was posted to support UCF faculty in the quick transition to remote instruction. It continues to get updated almost daily.Wendy HowardUniversity of Central Florida
3/25/2020 13:58:46Student affairs/ Holistic student supportsStudentsKeep Learning at UCFUniversity of Central FloridaMaybe page was published to support UCF students in the quick transition to remote instruction at UCF. It continues to get updated almost daily.Wendy HowardUniversity of Central Florida
3/26/2020 10:00:59General resourcesAnyonePublic_COVID-19 Resources for Deaf Community (Updated 3.23.2020)Unknown - likely RITYes includes a set of resources for the deaf community related to kids, education, higher-ed, employment, etc.Elise Newkirk-Kotfila
3/26/2020 10:13:27EventsAnyoneThree Big Diversity-Related Questions Resulting from the COVID-19 CrisisCoopLew and Diverse: Issues In Higher EducationYes"Join CoopLew and Diverse: Issues In Higher Education this Friday, March 27 from 1:00-2:00 PM EST for a national conversation about three big diversity-related questions in higher education resulting in the onset of COVID-19. In this live conversation, higher education experts will provide answers to questions that impact issues as access, accessibility, and possibilities for the future.In this live webcast conversation, we will cover: anxiety about online performance and instruction, technology as a scapegoat for declines in student performances, moving the needle toward online access for all: reality or delusion?"Jessica LeacherThe Aspen Institute
3/26/2020 10:19:47InstructionFaculty, Unit or office directors/managersKeep Teaching: Resources for Higher EdChronicle of Higher EdMaybe, in Blog format, of resources from higher ed community. Searchable by topic.KD MaynardVentureWell
3/26/2020 10:47:43InstructionFacultyUNC professor's syllabus went viral as classes move online amid coronavirus outbreakThe Daily Tar Heel (UNC)No reframing of priorities, in this environment 'that none of us chose.'suggested in the FS Community Check-In on 3/25/2020YesAnyone
3/26/2020 19:32:28General resourcesAnyoneCovid-19 & Structural InequalityNatalie GillardYes​FACTUALITY is a facilitated dialogue, crash course, and board game, all in one, that simulates real life experiences in America. The creator of this resource posted these links to articles that outline how Covid-19 is impacting communities in unequal ways.Travis OlsonThe Aspen Institute
3/27/2020 13:56:07InstructionFaculty (tenure-track), Faculty (contingent or adjunct)Moving Online Now How to keep teaching during coronavirusChronicle of Higher EducationMaybe Free collection of Chronicle articles pertaining to moving teaching & learning online (in a hurry). Features a piece by Frontier Set member Flower Darby, from NAU.KD MaynardVentureWellMaybeFaculty (tenure-track), Faculty (contingent or adjunct)
3/27/2020 14:10:32Institutional finances, policy/legal issues, enrollment managementPresidents and boards of trustees, Senior administration, Unit or office directors/managersNAFSA Presidents' Alliance COVID-19 Briefing ResourcesNAFSAYes to resources prepared by NAFSA for senior leaders and international affairs offices dealing with issues impacting international students (e.g. travel restrictions, suspension of routine visa services, and US Citizenship and Immigration Services office closure). Travis OlsonThe Aspen InstituteYesPresidents and boards of trustees, Senior administration, Unit or office directors/managers
3/27/2020 14:29:56Academic advising, General resources, Institutional finances, policy/legal issues, enrollment managementPresidents and boards of trustees, Senior administration, Unit or office directors/managersACE EngageAmerican Council on EducationYes Engage (ACE's peer-to-peer network) has been opened up free of cost for the month of April. There is a wealth of resources and a page dedicated to Corona response. Registration required to access resources.Travis OlsonThe Aspen InstituteYesPresidents and boards of trustees, Senior administration, Unit or office directors/managers, Staff, Faculty (tenure-track), Faculty (contingent or adjunct)
3/27/2020 14:31:32Institutional finances, policy/legal issues, enrollment managementPresidents and boards of trustees, Senior administration, Unit or office directors/managers, Staff, Faculty (tenure-track), Faculty (contingent or adjunct)Coronavirus COVID-19 ResourcesCollege and University Professional Association for Human ResourcesMaybe to resources for higher education HR professionals.Travis OlsonThe Aspen InstituteMaybeSenior administration, Unit or office directors/managers
3/27/2020 14:34:37Chief info. officer / IT, General resources, Institutional finances, policy/legal issues, enrollment management, Student supports (holistic)Senior administration, Unit or office directors/managersNCAN's Roundup of COVID-19 ResourcesNational College Attainment NetworkMaybe to curated list of external articles, updates from educators, updates from IT, and webinars/discussions/podcasts. Travis OlsonThe Aspen InstituteMaybePresidents and boards of trustees, Senior administration, Unit or office directors/managers, Staff
3/27/2020 14:37:09Institutional finances, policy/legal issues, enrollment managementPresidents and boards of trustees, Senior administration, Unit or office directors/managers, StaffCoronavirus Information for Higher EdAmerican Association of University ProfessorsMaybe for AAUP chapters, including: chapter action guides, faculty resources, general higher ed resources, US government resources, and the WHO dashboard.Travis OlsonThe Aspen InstituteMaybePresidents and boards of trustees, Senior administration, Faculty (tenure-track), Faculty (contingent or adjunct)
3/28/2020 13:10:21InstructionAnyoneNational Emergency Library' Lends A Hand — And Lots Of Books! — During PandemicNational Public RadioNo introducing and describing the National Emergency Library, which allows individuals to check out 1.4 million books online. Links directly to the library's announcement and website. Travis OlsonThe Aspen InstituteNoAnyone
3/30/2020 9:22:45General resourcesAnyoneZoom training resourcesZoomNo on how to best use Zoom for meetings, educational purposes, virtual events, and telehealth.Travis OlsonThe Aspen InstituteNoAnyone
3/30/2020 10:43:39General resources, Federal LegislationAnyone, Presidents and boards of trustees, Senior administrationFederal Responses to COVID-19SHEEOYes report on C-19 efforts in: Legislative Developments, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Department of Education, Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Health and Human Services, Department of State, and U.S. Census.KD MaynardVentureWellYesAnyone, Presidents and boards of trustees, Senior administration
3/30/2020 14:55:40Chief info. officer / IT, InstructionSenior administration, Faculty (tenure-track), Faculty (contingent or adjunct)SolveEvery Learner EverywhereYes is the home of the Every Learner Everywhere Network’s growing library of adaptive implementation resources. Includes immediate resources for Covid-19 response.Travis OlsonThe Aspen InstituteYesSenior administration, Faculty (tenure-track), Faculty (contingent or adjunct)
3/31/2020 9:56:42InstructionAnyoneACUE webinarsACUENo
LEARN MORE (https//

Webinar topics, dates, and times:

Welcoming Students to your Online Environment, Thursday, April 2, 2020, 2:00pm ET, (register here)
Managing your Online Presence, Monday, April 6, 2020, 2:00pm ET (register here)
Organizing your Online Courses Thursday, April 9, 2:00pm ET (register here)
Planning and Facilitating Quality Discussions Tuesday, April 14, 2:00pm ET (register here)
Recording Effective Micro-Lectures Friday, April 17, 2:00pm ET (register here)
Engaging Students in Readings and Micro-Lectures Monday, April 20, 2:00pm ET (register here)

Elise Newkirk-KotfilaNoAnyone
4/2/2020 11:03:58InstructionFaculty (tenure-track), Faculty (contingent or adjunct)Resource persons community (digital cultures)Crowd sourced No list of individual faculty and experts who are willing to volunteer their time to help colleagues transition courses online. List is organized by name, organization, discipline, areas of interest, and time zones.Travis OlsonThe Aspen InstituteNoFaculty (tenure-track), Faculty (contingent or adjunct)
4/2/2020 11:05:56Family, child, and K-12 resourcesStudents, Parents of K-12 studentsNASA at HomeNational Aeronautics and Space AdministrationNo learning resources that NASA offers free of cost. Includes e-books, kids and family activities, virtual tours, videos, and podcasts.Travis OlsonThe Aspen InstituteNoStudents, Parents of K-12 students
4/2/2020 11:08:20Student supports (holistic)StudentsStudent Emergency Relief FundCourse HeroYes are supporting relief funds for college students impacted by the COVID-19 health crisis. Fill out the form below to express your interest in receiving support from this fund. We will email you details on how to apply to the fund as soon as the application is ready.Travis OlsonThe Aspen InstituteYesStudents
4/2/2020 11:12:03Student supports (holistic)AnyoneResources for undocumented immigrants and their families during Covid-19My Undocumented Life (blog)Yes My Undocumented Life we have compiled a list of resources and news that can help undocumented and mixed-status families during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. We update this page frequently so be sure to bookmark it and share it with your networks!Travis OlsonThe Aspen InstituteYesAnyone
4/2/2020 11:18:59General resources, Institutional finances, policy/legal issues, enrollment management, InstructionPresidents and boards of trustees, Senior administration, College and university community partnersCOVID-19 Update: State Policy Responses and Other Executive Actions to the Coronavirus in Public SchoolsEducation Commission of the StatesYes updated state-by-state comparison of educational guidance and executive actions. Is also organized by key areas: remote/virtual/e-learning, assessment/accountability, instruction time and graduation requirements, special education, nutrition and homelessness, teachers, early learning, and post-secondary.Travis OlsonThe Aspen InstituteMaybePresidents and boards of trustees, Senior administration, College and university community partners
4/3/2020 9:12:25Institutional finances, policy/legal issues, enrollment management, federal rulesPresidents and boards of trustees, Senior administration, Unit or office directors/managersDistance Education and InnovationUS Dept of Education, Office of Postsecondary EducationMaybe Rules around distance education, by the Education Department on 04/02/2020. There is a 30-day comment period; final regulations are expected by Nov. 1.KD MaynardVentureWellMaybePresidents and boards of trustees, Senior administration, Unit or office directors/managers
4/3/2020 14:16:12Family, child, and K-12 resourcesParents of K-12 studentsHomeschooling During CoronavirusOak MeadowMaybe Meadow has offered homeschooling curriculum since 1975, and more recently, distance learning. Their webpage includes activities, curriculum samples, tips on adjusting to homeschooling, and more.KD MaynardVentureWellMaybeParents of K-12 students
4/3/2020 14:20:05InstructionSenior administration, Faculty (tenure-track), Faculty (contingent or adjunct)Preparing for a Fall Without In-Person ClassesInside Higher EdYes campuses are still off-limits to students come September, this spring's version of remote learning won't suffice. Some colleges are preparing (quietly) to deliver better online learning at scale if needed.KD MaynardVentureWellYesSenior administration, Faculty (tenure-track), Faculty (contingent or adjunct)
4/3/2020 14:22:41Institutional finances, policy/legal issues, enrollment managementSenior administrationColleges move to refund student fees, but can their budgets take the hit?Education DiveMaybe the coronavirus emptied dorms, some schools are repaying students' room and board — a decision sector leaders fear will strain their bottom lines.KD MaynardVentureWellMaybeSenior administration