COVID-19 Resources

March 17, 2020

As community engagement professionals, we are facing unprecedented times. We want to assist our North Carolina member network by sharing resources and serving as a convener.

We hosted our first NC-CEP COVID-19 Response Conversation on Wednesday, March 18. This was an open discussion for NC community engagement professionals on any of our member institutions. Here are the notes from the call. 

We are hosting a second call on Wednesday, April 1 from 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. We will add the  access info closer to the  date. No need to register. Just show up for the call. Please use a webcam if available.

Below are recommended resources.

Topic: Remote Community Engagement-Service Learning [Webinar]
March 20, 2020 (4:00 PM) EST
Facilitated by: Talia Weltman-Cisneros, Ph.D., Department of World Languages & Literatures at Southern Methodist University

Call to share best practices and/or brainstorm about how to adapt to remote SLCE. NOTE: this invitation has been shared widely with world language faculty, but non-language faculty and staff are welcome.

Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 178 338 522
+1 646 876 9923  created by Iowa/Minnesota Campus Compact
OpEd from Tufts University President, Anthony Monaco
created by GlobalSL   (you can also contribute to this document here: created by the Assessing the Practices of Public Scholarship (APPS) team of Imaging America

National Conversation Project’s “Weaving Community During Crisis” site

Community-Engaged Teaching during Suspension of Face-to-Face Classes – Michael Valliant, Director, IU Service-Learning Program, Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning (CITL), IU Bloomington

Continuing community engaged teaching during COVID-19 – IUPUI Center for Service & Learning

Community-based Learning and COVID-19 – Jennifer Alkezweeny, Teaching, Learning, and Engagement Associate, Portland State University

Teaching an Online Social Action Course webinar 3/13/20 – Bonner Foundation