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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.

Laura Rogers/ IAFN/ NSVRC
2013

This podcast is from a portion of the SANE Sustainability 6-week online course that was offered by the International Association of Forensic Nurses (IAFN) and the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC). This course highlights ways in which to cultivate leadership and build a successful, sustainable SANE program.

National Sexual Violence Resource Center
2014

The prevention of sexual violence on campus involves many voices and roles. Comprehensive prevention requires partners in every campus role taking action. During this recorded webinar, campus stakeholders from different departments, offices, and programs will learn strategies to effectively practice prevention at colleges and universities. View slides from the recorded webinar.

CDC’s Division of Violence Prevention and Prevention Institute
2014

Download the Powerpoint slides (also in PDF) for a presentation discussing the resource from CDC and the Prevention Insitute. The resource it's based on discussed the connections between multiple forms of violence and promotes effective collaboration for prevention. 

AEquitas
2014

This recorded webinar discussed promising sexual assault prosecution strategies as well as measuring effectiveness in a way that does not rely solely upon conviction rates. The presenters discussed other, more meaningful performance measures, and described how they can be used to more accurately measure and sustain effective prosecution practices.

International Association of Forensic Nurses and National Sexual Violence Resource Center
2014

The Violence Against Women Act, reauthorized in 2005, mandated states receiving STOP funding to provide free sexual assault forensic exams to victims without having to report the sexual assault to law enforcement. This webinar recording reviews findings from the first evaluation to look at implementation practices across the U.S.

National Institute of Justice (NIJ)
2014

In this interview, Rebecca Campbell discuss the five primary reasons that Detroit developed a large number of sexual assault kits that were not submitted to the crime lab for DNA-testing. Dr. Campbell — one of the nation’s foremost experts on sexual assault — also talks about how these “risk factors” could apply to other jurisdictions. These are among the first findings to come in on NIJ’s action-research projects in Houston and Detroit to study the issue of unsubmitted evidence in sexual assault cases.

NSVRC
2014

Megan Greeson, Assistant Professor of Psychology at DePaul University, presents preliminary findings via webinar for NSVRC staff and advisors on a research project about Sexual Assault Response Teams (SARTs) in rural communities. 

NSVRC
2014

In this recorded web presentation, Jennifer Pierce-Weeks, RN, SANE-A, SANE-P, discusses the ways in which health care professionals can recognize and effectively respond to sexual violence against older adults. This presentation is based on the publication Sexual Violence in Later Life: A Technical Assistance Guide for Health Care Providers.

FORGE
2014

This webinar will focus on some of the key transgender inclusions in the National Protocol for Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Examinations, case examples of medical advocacy with transgender survivors, and discussion of unique differences (both challenges and solutions) in providing care and advocacy to transgender survivors.  Guest presenters include Kim Day (IAFN) and Eric Stiles (NSVRC).

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End Violence Against Women International
2014

EVAWI developed a free training module and hosted a webinar to provide guidance on how to successfully investigate sexual assaults against people with disabilities.The course module offers 18 hours of continuing education units for those who are eligible. Access the course through their Online Training Institute.

You can access a recorded version of the webinar and obtain a copy of the slides through their webinar archive

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