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 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
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