COVID-19 Resources

NACU is at the ready to support its campuses during this difficult time. Below is a list of resources you may find useful.

Please reach out to Sean Creighton (screighton@newamericancolleges.org) or Michelle Apuzzio (apuzzio@newamericancolleges.org) with questions, additional resources, or suggestions.

NACU Connect Learning Community/Affinity Group Emails

NACU is available to arrange videoconferencing for group discussions across its member campuses.


NACU Campus Alert Pages

View links to all NACU Campus Alert pages for the latest COVID-19 updates.


Online Teaching Resources

Below is a selection of online teaching resources.

Moving Online Now: How to Keep Teaching During Coronavirus,” a free collection from The Chronicle of Higher Education

Remote Teaching Resources database managed by Daniel Stanford, director of Faculty Development & Technology Innovation, Center for Teaching and Learning, DePaul University

“Coronavirus Has Led to A Rush to Online Teaching. Here’s Some Advice for Newly Remote Instructors” by Jeffrey Young, EdSurge, 3/11/20

“Going Online in a Hurry: What to Do and Where to Start” by Michelle D. Miller, Chronicle of Higher Education, 3/9/20

“Putting Some of Your Course Content Online in A Hurry? We Have Resources for You!” by Stacey Johnson, Vanderbilt University, 3/6/20

Advice on Remote Education and Science Labs from the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning at Harvard University

Resources for Moving Dance-based Pedagogy Online from the Dance Studies Association

Crowd-sourced document with resources for remote teaching and practical media production courses, from faculty affiliated with the University Film and Video Association

Crowd-sourced document on teaching ceramics remotely

Facebook group: Online Art & Design Studio Instruction in the Age of “Social Distancing”