Post-Election Resource Hub
Campus Election Engagement Project’s Self Care During Campaign Season video
Civic Alliance Election and Post Election Guide – includes messaging for social media
How Faculty Can Prepare to Handle the Post-Election Classroom By Nancy Thomas, Tufts University and Cazembe Kennedy, Clemson University
Preparing to Teach About the Election and After: Faculty Resources
Self Care and Activism Slidedeck
SLSV Post-Election Campus Resource and Response Guide
NIFI Issue Guides
NIFI’s A House Divided – focused on dealing with the problem of partisanship
Student Dialogue Week
Campus Compact Dialogue Resources
Living Room Conversation Guides – focused on “healing divides”
The Road Ahead- Processing the 2020 Election with Your Classes
Post-Election Online Announcements for faculty to use in online classes
Common Questions After Election Day- A Student Guide
Post-Election/Campus Closure Planning
Last Thursday, the SLSV Coalition’s Resource and Support Working Group and the Ask Every Student program hosted a webinar to share resources and best practices to prepare campus stakeholders and student voting nonprofits to plan for a post-election period, framed by the Post-Election Campus Resource and Response Guide. We’re happy to not only share the recording, but also supplemental resources on the Post-Election Resources page on the AES website. On this page you can find:
The Post Election Campus Resource and Response Guide (same as above in this post)
Shareable graphics and web page for “How to Make the 2020 Election Go as Smoothly as Possible”
Post Election Resources Webinar recording, chat log, and link-filled agenda.
Additionally, Nancy Thomas from the IDHE and Bridget Trodgen from Clemson University pulled together a short paper on “How Faculty can Prepare to Handle the Post-Election Classroom”.
The SLSV Coalition is also proud to be a founding partner in the Election Trust Project, a new initiative from the National Conference on Citizenship designed to empower Americans by deepening trust in this year’s election process, and inspiring them to feel confidence in the election process in their communities—as this election season reaches its conclusion. Click here to visit the website and find helpful messaging and resources.
Further, don’t forget about the “Preparing to Support Student Voters in the Event of a Campus Closure” toolkit that we designed to address any pandemic-related challenges that campuses may experience this Fall.
**Resources curated by Ohio Campus Compact