We have now been working from home for several weeks and have been hectically changing the way we teach, collaborate, and work. For many, there are additional complications as entire households are working and/or learning from home. According to Google, the trending search term is "bandana mask with hair ties," which was up 4,550% last week.
This issue combines useful recourses (TEFLON and TLC) with a faculty member's unique take on three things that help, an appeal to complete Undergrad You (complete with vintage photos) and diversions. We hope you enjoy FAN, issue 2.
We all could use some these days. Teaching and Learning Continue is an online, searchable archive of all of the resources trailing through the inboxes of the Faculty Affairs team that are not date specific. Have some to add?
Do you identify with this photo from the St. Louis University archives of two honors students in their dorm? Tell us about your undergraduate experience. There are no questions about the coronavirus. The survey closes on May 1, 2020.
As faculty at UMKC, we are being asked to reexamine our processes in light of COVID-19 crisis. While this triage tool is designed for community leaders and nonprofits, it may be useful for department and initiative planning.
Published by Harvard Business Publishing Education division, The Faculty Lounge, is a weekly newsletter that serves as an unfiltered space for educators to explore ideas. This first issue focuses on the COVID-19 outbreak and the urgency with which universities have had to respond.