Higher Education COVID-19 Community of Practice

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  • Upcoming Webinars

    COVID-19 Social Media Best Practices

    Thursday, August 5

    2:00 pm ET

    Social media platforms are an effective avenue for colleges and universities to reach their students, faculty, and staff alike. As vaccination rates among 18-24 year olds remain a challenge to achieving community immunity, colleges and universities must ensure that they are providing good and credible information to students where they are - especially online where misinformation is abundant. We will examine best practices and effective strategies in engaging campus communities using Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and TikTok.

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    Risks and Rewards: Young Adult Decision-Making in COVID Times and Beyond

    Friday, August 13

    3:00 pm ET

    Join us for this webinar featuring Elizabeth Cauffman, PhD, Professor of Psychological Science, Education and Law, to learn how young adult brain development influences a range of protective health behaviors, from vaccination to risk-mitigation to harm-reduction in substance use, sexual behavior and more and how we can use this knowledge to create developmentally appropriate health promotion.

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  • Mission, Vision and Guiding Principles

    HECCOP Mission
    The mission of the HECCOP is to reduce SARS-CoV-2 on college campuses and in their surrounding communities by leveraging the expertise and resources of its members to strengthen COVID-19 behavioral change risk mitigation efforts.

    HECCOP Vision
    The vision of the HECCOP is an inclusive and connected community of campus personnel and students working together to reduce SARS-CoV-2 transmission on college campuses and in their surrounding communities. In the future, we seek to sustain our community of practice to address post-pandemic needs.

    Guiding Principles
    All members of the HECCOP are asked to subscribe to the following Guiding Principles:
    •Respect: strive to build an environment of trust as we navigate COVID-19 together.
    •Inclusion: connect people from diverse disciplines as contributors to the process and the solutions.
    •Collaboration: maintain an environment that encourages people to work together toward the broader goal of reducing SARS-COV-2 on our campuses and in the surrounding communities.
    •Engagement: be willing to actively share ideas, suggestions and recommendations within the HECCOP.
    •Innovation: be open to new ideas and ways of thinking to address COVID-19 in our communities.
    •Equity: be mindful of injustice and health inequities while engaging with transparency.
    •Accessibility: provide resources that are accessible to all abilities; explain terminology so that sharing is accessible to practitioners and students with different perspectives, whatever their role on campus.


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