Discipline-Specific Resources

 

These are community-sourced resources via Wooster faculty members & social media networks created to facilitate a community-based response among faculty to COVID-19/coronavirus.  If you have additional suggestions, email DFD Christa Craven at ccraven@wooster.edu.

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Courtesy of John Neuhoff (Psychology)

Arts & Humanities

  • Humanities Coronavirus Syllabus Collaboration
  • Virtual Museums & Online Collections 
  • KRITA, a free open source professional painting program
  • Sketchbook App (recommended by Marina Mangubi in Studio Art: “it has a wide array of features for making drawings and annotating images.  To draw on a computer, one needs a drawing tablet; on mobile devices, however, a finger is a good capacitive stylus.  One significant advantage of Sketchbook is that the files it writes are small and easy to share.  If anyone has questions, I’d be happy to help.”)
  • Global Architectural History Teaching Collaborative: sign up for free, 70 modules (each consisting of between two and eight 80-minute lectures).  Subjects include “Islamic Architectural History,” “The Politics of Water Management in Early Civilizations,” and “Sites and Systems of Global Colonialism.”

Collaborations

Community Engagement

Dance

Environmental Studies

Film & Media

History

International Affairs:

Labs & Experiments

Language Classes

Neuroscience

Social Sciences

Theatre & Performance

This website is maintained by the Dean for Faculty Development at the College of Wooster. Contact me if you have questions or suggestions. Dr. Christa Craven: ccraven@wooster.edu