Teachers and teaching artists who must teach drama online can have this free resource. 18 pages of drama lessons, games …
Resources to Help Ensure Accessibility of Your Virtual Events for People with Disabilities
from the National Endowment for the Arts Since the start of the current COVID-19 crisis, artists and arts and culture …
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“Ways of Gathering in the Age of COVID-19”
“Ways of Gathering in the Age of COVID-19: A Guide to Livestreaming on HowlRound TV” As COVID-19 continues to spread, …
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MOVENET Video Library
MOVENET connects, educates, and entertains viewers by providing access to artists and their choreography. It provides a video library for …
Teaching Theatre Online: A Shift in Pedagogy Amidst Coronavirus Outbreak
Excellent and exhaustive list, originally created by Dr. Daphnie Sicre of Loyola Marymount University, offering in depth info around teaching …
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“The Best Services and Settings for Remote Music Lessons”
Technical tips for remote music lessons from musician Eric Heidbreder. Read the full post.
Online Music Teaching: Tips
A post with tips from Carla Rees at Open College of the Arts. View the post.
Resources for Teaching Online
Maintained by the Association for Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE), this list contains a wide array of guidance and suggested …
Resources for moving dance-based pedagogy online
List of resources from the Dance Studies Association featuring pedagogical info, technical tools, research, and more. View the list .
“Please do a bad job of putting your courses online”
by Rebecca Barrett-Fox Ways to think about supporting classes as you transition classes online. Read the full post.
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