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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.

Just Detention International
2013

This JDI webinar covers the juvenile detention system, focusing on the crisis of sexual abuse facing youth detainees. Expert presenters review the offenses that most often result in the incarceration of young people, and the types of facilities that are used to detain them. The session also looks at the newly released Prison Rape Elimination Act standards, which apply to youth facilities.

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Ali Mailen Perrotto for VAWnet, the National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women
2013

In this podcast, the advocate consultant of the VAWnet Applied Research Paper titled Using Policies to Promote Child Sexual Abuse Prevention: What is Working? shares her thoughts on the research, trends, and recommendations discussed in the document.

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
2013

CDC offers an interactive web resource on making evidence-informed decisions around violence prevention. The goal of evidence-based decision making is to bring a high standard of research evidence into the decisionmaking process while taking into account the contextual and experiential factors that influence decisions.

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Office for Victims of Crime
2013

OVC provides a page of videos and resources discussing the role and impact of trauma from violence in the lives of children who have experienced victimization. These resources focus on increasing capacity to identify, respond to and treat this trauma in children.

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Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs
2008

This webinar for Community Sexual Assault Service Providers offers an overview of the legal systems’ response to child sexual abuse. It provides a road map for new advocates and a framework for more experienced advocates to better understand an advocate’s role and responsibilities relative to other child sexual abuse service providers.

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Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs
2009

This webinar recording provides an overview of how to maintain and facilitate confidential services provided to child victims of sexual abuse in the context of legal advocacy. It discusses minors' rights to confidentiality and how that is impacted when a parent is also receiving confidential services.

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Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs
2010

The goal of this training is to increase understanding of child development and child sexual abuse issues. Lucy Berliner provides information on child development specific to youth ages 3 - 12, discussing how a deeper understanding of developmental stages will aid in providing quality advocacy services.

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Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs
2010

The goal of this training is to increase understanding of child development and child sexual abuse issues.  Lucy Berliner offers information on child development specific to youth ages 13-18, discussing how a deeper understanding of developmental stages will aid in providing quality advocacy services.

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Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs
2011

This webinar recording offers advocates tools and resources for working with adolescent IPSV survivors. Intimate partner sexual violence (IPSV) is a disturbing reality in the lives of many teens. They may be at  risk for sexual assault and coercion within their intimate relationships. 

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Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs
2011

The systemic response and the children and their families all bring their individual learned patterns of language and culture which must be understood to ensure the safety of children and provide effective advocacy services.  This session discusses cultural competency in the context of community-based advocacy with the nonoffending caregivers of children who have been sexually abused. 

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