Covid-19 Research and Teaching Help

CaMP anthropology would like to be able to be a repository of information in the pandemic for the creative solutions we as a community are developing to help each other.  Please let us know what to add to the list below — campsemiotics@gmail.com

Here are lists of volunteers willing to help teach your class electronically:

All Fields:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Se0K_1a4GE1j3FNLAAw1rcPpTcmA8wp1FE6kZLfz3YE/edit#gid=0

Anthropology:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1eUXWtxNAnXKk9ANWfwYlpmJoAsfLSswFMo_XpXhZFbo/edit#gid=0

Linguistic Anthropology (includes online teaching resources):

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1auKT5s4HJ6j7rbnxpE4ysHt-WRHwntH1ooTZ8IATbyM/edit

 

If you are doing fieldwork now:

“Doing Research in a Pandemic”:
Legal Aid in during this pandemic:

The Document Assembly Line Project (COVID-19 Response)

We are starting an assembly line to rapidly create mobile-friendly online court forms and pro se materials for key areas of urgent legal need amid the COVID-19 crisis. We’re operating out of Suffolk Law’s Legal Innovation and Technology Lab in cooperation with the Massachusetts Access to Justice Commission‘s COVID-19 task force. Though we’re focused on MA specific content, we’re sharing our work on GitHub in the hopes that our efforts can be replicated in other jurisdictions. All novel code we generate will be licensed under an MIT License, and we’re intentionally building on the open source docassemble platform. Here’s what we’re doing, and how you can help.

Want to volunteer? Fill out this formNote: the situation is quickly evolving, and everything here could change at any moment.