ImpactTulsa COVID-19 Resources: PostSecondary
Oklahoma System of Higher Education
Click to read the Oklahoma System of Higher Education’s COVID-19 response.
Oklahoma Career Tech
The Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education is closely monitoring the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Here’s their COVID-19 webpage.
Our post-secondary institutions are responding to COVID-19 in ways that prioritize the safety of students. Click below to be directed to our partner institutions’ websites:
*NEW* Chronicle of Higher Education
In their recent Coping with Coronavirus publication, the Chronicle of Higher Education advises how faculty members can support students in traumatic times.
Assistive technology company Accessibyte Online has offered free access to its cloud platform of apps for blind, low vision, deaf and reading-impaired students.
Online learning platform Coursera has made some 3,800 courses free to every university in the world impacted by coronavirus until July 31, 2020.
Chat and video messaging platform Pronto has made its synchronous communication platform free for university professors dealing with coronavirus-related challenges during the 2020 spring and summer terms.
Student engagement platform Top Hat has made its lecture tools that track attendance, ask questions, feature interactive slides, and manage classroom discussions free of charge for professors and students who have current, active classes, to complete their current terms.
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