Recorded Webinars

  • AACU, "Shaping Teaching and Learning to Address a Global Health Crisis: COVID-19 and Global Health," May 1, 2020. This webinar addresses public health challenges through community-based learning experiences under the constraints of COVID-19 and shares advice and strategies for public health courses.
  • AACU, “Safeguarding Quality, Equity, and Inclusion as Learning Moves Online,” March 27, 2020, Virtual Presentation. This PowerPoint offers practical advice and effective pedagogical strategies for creating and sustaining high-quality, equitable, and inclusive learning environments online. Faculty can download the presentation by clicking on the link below the “About the Event” column on the right hand of the page. A recording of the webinar will be uploaded in the future.
  • AACU, “Teaching, Learning, and Assessing in Remote Learning Environments,” April 3, 2020. This AACU presentation provides an overview of teaching, assignments, learning, and assessment processes with an eye toward maintaining quality and equity in online environments. The recorded webinar and a copy of the PowerPoint presentation are available on under the “Program Information” column on the right hand column of the page.
  • Johanna Creswell Báez, PhD, LCSW and Matthea Marquart, MSW, “Trauma-informed Teaching & Learning (TITL) Online Webinar,” Columbia University School of Social Work. This webinar focuses on the principles of TITL and practical ways to apply them online as well as provides self-care strategies for instructors and students.
  • Mays Imad, "Trauma-Informed Teaching & Learning," recorded webinar, March 27, 2020. As COVID-19 continues to spread throughout the country, many institutions of higher education have suspended classes, converted to virtual formats, and/or closed on-campus food and housing facilities. These changes not only disrupt students’ educational pathways, but also their daily lives, impacting their emotional and mental well-being. This webinar examines the impact of traumatic experiences on students’ learning, and discuss strategies that can be used to mitigate this impact and improve educational outcomes.