This series includes descriptions and examples of faculty course material that was adapted in response to COVID-19. The content was submitted to the University of Maine COVID-19 Community Archive by Jonathon Jue-Wong, Administrative Coordinator, The Office of the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs & Provost.
The content had been submitted to the Provost Office following a call for University of Maine faculty to submit examples of COVID-19 related course activities, assignments, projects, etc. from spring 2020 and fall 2020, including syllabi for courses focused entirely on COVID-19 (all disciplinary perspectives, all areas of scholarly expertise); and any materials for COVID-19-related symposia, special journal issues, lectures, colloquia, conferences, presentations, etc. planned or projected for summer or fall 2020.
Submissions from 2021
The Coping with COVID Project Webinar Video, Kathryn Swacha
Submissions from 2020
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences_Publication of Texbook Featuring Material Related to the Pandemic, Steven E. Barkan and Timothy M. Cole
College of Natural Sciences, Forestry, and Agriculture_COVID-19 Related Work Email, Michael Haedicke, Steven Barkan, and Timothy M. Cole
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences_HTY 398 Epidemics in American History Course, Michael Lang and Timothy M. Cole
Coping with COVID Project Webpages, Kathryn Swacha
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences_Reflections on Remote Learning Webpage, University of Maine College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences_COVID-19 Course Content, Kristin Vekasi, Frederic Rondeau, Marcella Sorg, Derek Michaud, Ayesha Miller, Kirsten Jacobson, Lillian Herakova, and Mark Brewer