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Online learning, also known as e-learning, is a learning experience delivered via a computer and the Internet. The learning tools can be in the form of modules, quizzes, podcasts, slide shows, video and other learning methods. The NSVRC includes online learning tools that are educational, interactive and related to the prevention and intervention of sexual violence.

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If you have a learning tool that you would like us to add to our online database, please submit for our staff to review and evaluate.

National Sexual Violence Resource Center
2013

This audio podcast is an interview with Renee Yokum, the Sexual Assault Services Coordinator at Women Aid in Crisis in Randolph County West Virginia. She discusses the history of a collaborative effort with the local Child Advocacy Center that has spanned nearly a decade.

National Sexual Violence Resource Center
2013

This interactive online course is designed to increase advocates’ and other victim service professionals’ capacity for serving victims of sexual violence in later life. Considerations for serving older adult victims are explored in three sections--social, physical, and emotional factors-- with opportunities to practice and reflect upon the information.

National Sexual Violence Resource Center
2013

In this recorded webinar, experts talk about their experiences preventing and responding to sexual violence in the workplace and engaging employers as partners in these efforts. The webinar also introduces the Sexual Violence and the Workplace information packet developed by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC).   

National Sexual Violence Resource Center
2013

Esta presentación grabada en español es sobre un reporte reciente del Centro Nacional sobre la Violencia Sexual (NSVRC, por sus siglas en inglés) por investigadoras(es) de la Universidad de Puerto Rico. El reporte, un estudio nacional de necesidades, es sobre la prevención de violencia sexual en comunidades latinas.

National Sexual Violence Resource Center
2013

This recorded web presentation will help advocates and allied victim service professionals identify some of the ways in which people with communication disabilities may relay messages, both verbally and non-verbally, and will highlight some techniques and technologies that can help bridge the language gap in order to provide quality sexual violence services. (27 minutes)

 

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
2013

A website created by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides survivor stories, information, and access to resources related to Military Sexual Trauma (MST). The site emphasizes personalized resources based on individual needs and qualities and the ability to help connect with other veterans who have had similar experiences.

National Sexual Violence Resource Center
2013

(6 minutes) In this podcast, Dr. Elaine Enarson discusses her vision for future research, policy, and practice related to preventing sexual and gender-based violence in disasters. This is the last in a series of four podcasts from an interview with Dr. Enarson.

National Sexual Violence Resource Center
2013

(6:45 minutes) In this podcast, Dr. Elaine Enarson discusses opportunities for anti-sexual violence advocates to partner with organizations and individuals who can play key roles in preventing and responding to sexual violence in disasters. This is the third in a series of four podcasts from an interview with Dr. Enarson.

National Sexual Violence Resource Center
2013

(8 minutes) In this podcast, Dr. Elaine Enarson discusses steps that anti-sexual violence practitioners can take to prevent sexual violence in disasters, including disaster preparedness measures and collaborative efforts with disaster response coordinators and organizations. This is the second in a series of four podcasts from an interview with Dr. Enarson.

National Sexual Violence Resource Center
2013

(6 minutes) In this podcast, Dr. Elaine Enarson discusses research on the connections between disasters and gender-based violence, and highlights the need for additional research. This is the first in a series of four podcasts from an interview with Dr. Enarson.

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