Learn how to keep in touch with your friends, family, and larger (scholarly) network
Things are changing quickly. Faculty members around the world are transitioning their courses to online. Students are adapting to a new way of learning.
This webinar is all about how to stay connected, how to stay social, while social distancing.
We're going to talk about several forms of communication like
- social media
- direct messaging
- phone calls
- video chat
And we'll talk about how to reach out to people with empathy through these various means.
Empathy is so important right now, which is why we're talking about how to reach out to people with compassion. And, best practices for connecting when someone is sick.
We'll also talk about staying connected long-term.
Social distancing means keeping apart physically. We can still stay social, and this webinar is all about how.
When: April 1, 2020 at 2pm CT
A replay will be available for those of you unable to make this webinar live.
*This webinar is open for everyone! (Note that there are a few points that are specific to faculty and researchers, but I know you will learn something to help you feel and stay connected.)
Hi, I’m Jennifer van Alstyne
I'm a communications strategist for faculty, researchers, and graduate students like you.
I empower people like you to share how and what you do effectively in online spaces.
The Academic Designer LLC consults to research centers, small business owners, and scholarly organizations.
Your work deserves to be seen and heard. I'm here to help.
Just had the best webinar from @HigherEdPR on staying connected while social distancing. It demystified social-isolation-interaction and made me feel calm, capable, and prepared. pic.twitter.com/IpQ9EIaJtP— Hannah E Chapple (@HannahEChapple) April 1, 2020
Great webinar today @HigherEdPR !! Thank you! pic.twitter.com/symQNKJpDu— Dr Echo Rivera is trying to end #DeathByPowerpoint (@echoechoR) April 1, 2020