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eLearning is a learning experience delivered through a computer and the internet. We include eLearning tools that are educational, interactive and related to prevention and intervention of sexual violence.

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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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PreventConnect
2015

This webinar explores alcohol policies as a strategy for prevention. Alcohol policies involve the use of laws or regulations at the local, state, and national level to regulate or modify the production, sale, and consumption of alcohol, and they may be helpful in reducing risk for violence perpetration at the community-level.

Clery Center & NSVRC
2015

In this webinar, the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) and the Clery Center for Security On Campus discuss how to leverage SAAM to create a comprehensive prevention education program that engages the campus community in April and beyond.

Using real-world examples and resources, presenters share an overview of campus sexual violence prevention, tips for creating events and campaigns that effectively engage your campus community, and basics of strategic planning for prevention education in a campus setting

PreventConnect
2014

The NSVRC's Jen Grove and Annie Gebhardt describe their experience at the American Evaluation Association's 28th annual conference in this podcast. The central focus of this year's theme, Visionary Evaluation for a Sustainable and Equitable Future, was to explore new ways of conducting evaluations.

Ohio Domestic Violence Network & Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence
2014

One of three courses provided by the See the Signs: Speak Out project, this course discusses ways that employees can recognize and respond to situations of sexual and domestic violence. 

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PreventConnect
2014

In this podcast series, members of the Richmond Area Partnership discuss their work to promote sexual health and sexual violence prevention in LBTQ communities. The conversation then turns to the concept of hate-based violence and how its prevention is an essential component of their work.

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PreventConnect
2014

In this podcast, DeGue highlights how this report can support prevention practitioners, including considering evidence based and promsiing programs  and using the 9 principles of effective prevention.

See a summary of key findings from this article.

PreventConnect
2014

In this podcast series Sari Lipsett and Abby Sims have a chat about the past, present and future of sexual violence prevention programs with Max Greenberg, author of “Before Prevention: The Trajectory and Tensions of Feminist Anti-Violence,” from the recently released Advances in Gender Research.

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This course provides information on new PA laws around child protection and mandated reporting and is available and free to anyone.

Clery Center
2014

This webinar addressed the final regulations in the Campus SaVE Acct, including how campuses should implement these new requirements in their policies and procedures. The hour-long webinar, "Next Steps: Implementation of the VAWA Amendments to the Clery Act", covered the following:

Michigan Domestic and Sexual Violence Prevention and Treatment Board
2014

This film provides an overview of how trauma impacts victims and how law enforcement first responders can implement a trauma informed response and approach to sexual assault survivors. The film features Dr. Rebecca Campbell and law enforcement professionals from across Michigan. A facilitator’s guide to help you use the training film as part of training is also available. 

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