Coronavirus Resources
Updated May 2nd, 2020

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Important Higher Ed Resources:

Thank you to Bryan Alexander who is keeping a list of higher ed resources on his website - Coronavirus and higher education

Colleges and universities closed for COVID-19

Global University/Organization COVID19 Policy Tracker

Surviving COVID-19: A #RealCollege Guide for Students

How Much Coronavirus Stimulus Money Will Your College Get? Take a Look

International Students, Study Abroad and Immigration Issues:

COVID-19 updates and critical resources from NAFSA

The Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration

Resources for Undocumented Immigrants and their Families During COVID-19

Government Organizations:

CDC - Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
WHO - Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Pandemic

News Sources:

From the Chronicle of Higher Education:
As the crisis deepens, The Chronicle is providing free access to our breaking-news updates.We invite you to explore our complete coverage of the coronavirus, including other tools and resources you might find useful:

Inside Higher Ed: Live Updates 

Ozy Coronavirus Central 


Ed Tech Conferences - cancellations

Support for Students:

The Hope Center

Student Relief Fund

Guidance for interruptions of study related to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

U-Haul to Provide Free Storage

Coronavirus and Colleges: Here's What to Know About Refunds, Work Study and Financial Aid As Campuses Close

Comcast offering 'Internet Essentials' package free for low-income customers for 60 days

How to close colleges without hurting vulnerable students

What ‘Distance Learning’ Looks Like For Students Without Computers Or Wi-Fi

Student Remote Learning Toolkit

Together We Rise - Help Displaced Students

Teaching Resources:

From POD Network: Remote Teaching Resources for Business Continuity 


Please do a bad job of putting your courses online

Remote Lab Activities and Experiences


ASU For You - Learning tools at no cost from Arizona State University

Creating an Online Community, Class or Conference - Quick Tech Guide

Teaching in the context of COVID-19

How to Quickly (and Safely) Move a Lab Course Online


Being Human in a time of crisis

A Time for Radical Empathy

Understanding and Managing Your Anxiety During COVID and Beyond

What is Social Distancing?

The Dos and Don’ts of ‘Social Distancing’


Ken Stedman on coronavirus: Did COVID-19 start in bats? How did it transfer to humans? Answering your coronavirus questions

And something for our friends in poli-sci: "The Politics of Plague"

A little humor from McSweeney's: