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COVID-19 Resources

Updated: Apr 1, 2020

Below I have put together some resources, articles, etc. about COVID-19. Take what applies to you and leave the rest! A lot of these are resource lists themselves so be mindful of how long you go down the rabbit hole (#notetoself haha)

If you have any, please send them my way and I will update.

Update: A lot of what I listed here are large Google docs that I haven't been able to sift through fully so I will close on April 1st, 2020. After that, the post will remain up but I cannot guarantee all links will be current/valid.

#coronavirussyllabus | a crowdsourced cross-disciplinary resource

@ProfJMale Twitter Thread on moving to online courses

Adapting Quickly to Teaching Online | 8 AM EST / 12 PM GMT March 19 - Registration

Amazing Educational Resources: Education Companies Offering Free Subscriptions due to School Closings (Updated) - also created a FB Group

Art is Alive - (Support Directory) "a solidarity effort aimed at providing resources, spreading awareness and building connectedness within the artistic and creative freelance communities impacted by the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic."

Cancel Everything - The Atlantic

Care in Uncertain Times Syllabus - (Duke University Press) All content is free to read online through June 30, 2020. [These books, issues, and articles investigate different ways that care can bind together individuals and communities where larger institutions or governments fail to intervene. They show how radical care is essential to enduring precarity and to laying the groundwork for new futures.]

COVID-19 & Your Money Megapost - Ride Free Fearless Money

Food Bank for NYC - Search the map to find a soup kitchen, food pantry, senior center, SNAP enrollment site, or free Tax assistance site near you.

Ideas for Quarantine/Social Distancing - Giant list of ideas for being home with kids (Google Docs)

Pod Mapping for Mutual Aid - Google Doc by Rebel Sidney Black

Ways to start: Creating Access - Accessibility Tips from Disability Intersectionality Summit

Virtual Tours/Exhibits/Etc

Therapists: Garzel Garcia put together a partial list from this article (requires a login) of Internet technology providers who offer HIPAA compliant platforms for telehealth services, including a BAA24:

  1. VSee: Offers a plan for solo practitioners for $45.00 per month.

  2. SecureVideo: Offers plans for single clinicians priced from $25.00 per month.

  3. Thera-link: Offers plans for single practitioners for $30.00 per month; $85.00 per month for 2-10 providers.

  4. Offers “practice management plus” plan which includes secure email, appointment making, billing, secure record storage, etc., for $59.95 month.

  5. Offers HIPAA compliant audio/video communications, including live chat. Cost is free.

  6. Offers a plan that includes practice management services such as secure messaging, billing, document storage, etc., for $14.99 month.

Source: Ana Ramos via Facebook

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