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Calamity Day Resources Edit

Librarians often respond quickly to information needs arising in the world which appear suddenly. The following are some used and recommended by BHCTILibrary, loosely arranged by their instigating causes

Covid-19 (Virus Pandemic in 2020, posted March 2020) Edit

ABHE COVID-19 Crisis Resources (Association for Biblical Higher Education)

useful links for administrators and educators

Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) Message to our Partners

Updates from ACUE, which has a lot of good resources available

ATLA Religion and Theology Info Providers Responses to Covid-19

Short list of useful links

ATS Events and Coronavirus Resources

what the Association of Theological Schools is doing (and permitting) to cope with the pandemic.

CooleyED Managing COVID-19 Disruption

Policy-level thinkpiece, recommended by NC-SARA for schools teaching outside their geographic state

Jenae Cohn and Beth Seltzer, Teaching Effectively During Times of Disruption

Stanford instructor's guide, free to 'remix for your own institutional contexts'

OCLC's Webjunction "Libraries and the Coronavirus" gateway

Open-Access EBSCO Materials (students, and faculty-only)

Sunshine Behavioral Health - Telehealth Options for Covid-19

Available until June 30

Open-Access JSTOR Materials Accessible to the Public

Outstanding Covid-19 Resources from the Southern California Electronic Library Consortium (Eric Chao, SCELC)

Remote Teaching Resources for Business Continuity

Gateway to 10 useful and annotated COVID links, including ACUE's, OLC's and Educause's

Temporary Covid-19 materials access from Logos Bible Software (Faithlife)

Expires on July 1, 2020

The Risks and How to Avoid Them (Blogpost on May 6 2020 by Dr. Erin Bromage, UMass Dartmouth Professor of Immunology (recommended by Carroll's own Dr. Bullock)

United States Department of Agriculture Corona Virus Information

USDE's website has links for Higher, Secondary, and Primary Education

Will Shift to Remote Teaching Be Boon or Bane for Online Learning? (March Inside Higher Education article)

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