Cultivating Belonging Online During COVID-19

Helping Students Maintain Social Distancing
Without Feeling Socially Isolated

By Carey Borkoski and Brianne Roos Public health experts and governors across the US have implemented social distancing measures ranging from maintaining six feet between individuals to self and mandated quarantines. While we abide by these important health and safety

Cultivating Belonging Online During COVID-19

Helping Students Maintain Social Distancing
Without Feeling Socially Isolated

Penguin Random House Open License Online Story Time and Classroom Read-Aloud Videos and Live Events

In order to encourage reading and classroom read-aloud experiences, and to support schools and public libraries forced to close by the escalating COVID-19 outbreak, Penguin Random House is permitting teachers, librarians and booksellers to create and share story time and

Creating an Accessible Postsecondary Culture: What Does it Really Mean and Why Should you Care?

By Manju Banerjee | Originally published in the Back-to-School 2019 issue of AC&E. Perspectives on accessibility are varied depending on one’s viewpoint. Accessibility or lack thereof may be viewed through a legal, educational, and/or a social justice lens. A formal