Subject Guide: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources
Q: Does the Library have any resources about the coronavirus COVID-19 and how institutions are managing this crisis?
A: At a meeting on 30 January 2020, the World Health Organization declared the outbreak of novel coronavirus to be a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. As a global association with member institutions in 82 countries, the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) recognizes the importance of clear and accurate communications regarding the public health situation in the regions where we operate.
The CASE Library has compiled these resources to help members navigate issues arising from the novel coronavirus, COVID-19.
Additional CASE Resources
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COVID Resources and Best Practices
Quick links and details on CASE resources, conferences, and COVID-19 information and updates.
CASE COVID-19 Discussion Group
The COVID-19 Community is a place where CASE colleagues can discuss the many challenges facing their educational institutions in the wake of this global pandemic.
Sample Collection: Crisis Communications & Management
Samples include best practices from CASE award winners, crisis communications exercises and crisis communications and emergency response plans.
Subject Guide: Crisis Planning & Management
The resources in this Subject Guide will help members develop a crisis management plan and communications strategy that reflect their institutions' unique circumstances.
Subject Guide: Fundraising in a Crisis
The CASE Library has developed this resource collection on fundraising during a crisis or time of major change, whether it be a disaster, institutional scandal, or economic recession. It includes articles and books on how institutions can respond to crises and how they can become more resilient for the future.