Over 90% of the world’s student population has been affected by COVID-19 quarantines or social distancing policies. This pandemic is not the only recent important outbreak. “The impact of epidemic diseases on society has shaped powerful social evolution no less than wars, revolutions and economic crises”, Yale Professor Frank M. Snowden said in his YouTube course Epidemics in Western Society Since 1600.
Universities have started offering online courses about COVID-19 as well as organizing webinars and fully-fledged virtual conferences.
We have collected 20+ courses from institutions such as Harvard, Stanford, Johns Hopkins, and the World Health Organization (WHO). All are free to enroll and some even provide free certificates.
We have also built a list of resources to help you understand and/or keep up with the pandemic.
Webinars & Virtual Conferences
|COVID-19 and AI: A Virtual Conference||Stanford University|
|Effective Data Visualization in the Era of COVID-19||Stanford University|
|COVID-19: Where Do We Go from Here?||Harvard University|
|COVID-19 and the Dynamics of Race and Othering||Johns Hopkins University|
|Understanding the Global Economic Impact of COVID-19||Johns Hopkins University|
|The Politics and Policy of COVID-19||Johns Hopkins University|
|The Economic Impact of Coronavirus||University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign|
|Consumer Behavior in the Global Marketplace||University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign|
|Addressing COVID-19 in Vietnam: current surveillance and future research||The University of Edinburgh|
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