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Reflecting lessons learned during the 2020 CityLAB Hamilton Semester in Residence (SIR) program, this toolkit is intended to support community engagement practitioners conducting virtual engagement programming online.
The coronavirus pandemic has created new challenges for facilitators and educators. Across the globe, people are being asked to lead groups online: teachers, trainers, professors, event managers, organizers, activists.
Jeanne Rewa and Daniel Hunter swiftly wrote this booklet for this moment. They give you their top 10 principles for leading online groups, introduce you to interactive tools you can lead online, and answer commonly asked questions.
With this guide, you will be ready to successfully transition your face-to-face events for warmer online spaces. The journey to leading groups online can be a challenge — but it is made much easier with these tips.
Adapting to the New Reality: Civically Engaged Universities Offer Strategies and Hope Watch their webinar
Bard College put out a webinar, the first in a series, “Adapting to the New Reality: Civically Engaged Universities Offer Strategies and Hope” and will have a panel: Bard College President and OSUN Chancellor Leon Botstein, Universidad Veracruzana rectora and Talloires Network vice chair Sara Ladrón de Guevara, and Tufts University President and Talloires Network chair Anthony P. Monaco. The series is sponsored by Open Society University Network (OSUN) and the Talloires Network (TN), housed at Tufts University.
Looking for McMaster Community-Engaged Education resources, presentations or webinars, articles, and frameworks for teaching and learning in an online (or offline) context?