COVID-19 data and information
COVID-19 Public Data Collaboration Project
The Swiss Data Science Center (SDSC) RENKU platform is seeking data contributions from various public sources for its COVID-19 Public Data Collaboration Project. Read more.
COVID-19 Public Health Resources from Coursera Partners
With resources from Johns Hopkins, Imperial College London, University of Michigan, and more. Read more.
COVID-19 Social Science Research Tracker
J. Nathan Matias of Cornell University and Alex Leavitt of Facebook Research have launched a social science research tracker for new projects focusing on COVID-19. The international list, which now includes more than 250 entries, tracks new research relating to COVID-19. It includes not just published findings but also pre-prints, ongoing projects, and proposals. Read more.
According to NBC News, this Reddit community gained nearly one million new members in March, and receives some 50,000 posts per day. Moderated by computer scientists, infectious disease researchers and medical professionals, the message board is quickly becoming an authoritative resource for information on the pandemic. Read more.
Information on COVID-19 – Imperial College London
From the MRC Centre for Global Infectious Disease Analysis.
Sciences Po: COVID-19 from a Social Science Perspective
The Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po) has published a list of recently published articles and ongoing research projects from its labs, all of which examine the political, economic and social impacts of the coronavirus pandemic in the short and long term. Read more.
World Pandemic Research Network
The non-profit World Pandemic Research Network (WPRN) invites contributions to its global directory of resources on the societal and human impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more.
VIRAL – the multiple lives of COVID-19
The VIRAL platform, hosted by the University of Lausanne (UNIL), provides a space for researchers to collaborate on social science projects related to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts. It also offers resources and latest news to the public, as well as the chance to pose questions directly to UNIL experts. Read more.
Resources for teaching and learning online
Moving Online: What You Can Implement Now
Tips for online teaching from the Coursera Blog.
RStudio webinars on online education
Rstudio produces open-source tools and software for the R programming language, as well as resources for data scientists and developers. Its webinar series includes two one-hour presentations to help teachers and students adapt to an online format. Read more.
Teaching Effectively During Times of Disruption
Academic technology experts at Stanford University developed this resource in direct response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the effects of social distancing on education. The 22-page document is aimed at a Stanford audience, but has a Creative Commons license to reuse and remix. Read more.
How to keep in touch with colleagues and teachers?
Video in French from the University of Lausanne, by Sophie Serry and Orlan Moret.