Peer Group Compiled Resources 2021
New Jersey Regional Meetup Peer Group's Virtual Enrichment Outside NYC Directory
Welcome to the resource compilation from the NJ Regional Peer Group showcasing our favorite museums to follow for virtual enrichment. We're defining enrichment as something that can "enrich" the mind, body, or soul of ourselves, our staff, our volunteers, and/or our audiences.
In here you may find recommendations of museums and other informal institutions that have very interesting virtual exhibits/collections, frequent virtual programs, or perhaps they just have a very cool social media presence that would be great to follow!
Please add to this as you will- the only restriction is that we focus on institutions outside NYC, as there's already a list for that! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or document access needs.
NYCMER Book Club's Best Practices: Creating Spaces for Productive Conversation
A resource on how to facilitate meetings that create brave space for folks to address difficult topics.
Access Peer Group's Navigating the Many Realms of Access Resources
This is more of a “catch all” kind of resource. We have compiled a modest array of various access-related resources. Everything from detailed project proposals to reputable ASL classes. This is very much open for others to contribute to - access it above!
Adult Programs Peer Group's Redefining Program Evaluation
Looking to incorporate DEAI (Diversity, Equity, Access and Inclusion) into your programming evaluation? Check out this resource, compiled by the Adult Programs Peer Group, with tools to prioritize anti-racism and equity in your program evaluation.
Preparing for Pride Month (June) at your institution? Contemplating how to host a thoughtful Pride Month celebration for your institution? Then definitely bookmark the Queer Peers Pride Checklist.
Interested in taking it a step further? Review our additional selected resources.
Evaluation Peer Group's Guide to Excel
Follow along with the Evaluation Peer Group’s tips and tricks for analyzing data in a quick and easy way.
Over the past year, our peer group community has shared a plethora of resources to support one another in this virtual world. We have compiled a list of our most vital and revisited resources that have been shared in our meetings and community.
Docent, Intern, and Volunteer Supervisors Peer Group's helpful series of one-page resource guides relevant to structural and logistical challenges since COVID-19:
English Language Learners and Cultural Diversity Peer Group's Tips, Tricks and Techniques for Teaching ELL Students in a Virtual World
Teaching English Language Learners can be a fun and unique challenge. However, it can be especially challenging to teach ELL students in a virtual realm. In this short video you can learn some useful techniques for virtual ELL teaching as well as explore some online programs that can add more value to your program.
Virtual Artists and Educators Peer Group's Teaching Artists’ Virtual Toolbox
The Teaching Artists’ Virtual Toolbox includes comparison of platforms and apps, as well as resources, tips, and tricks for and improving virtual education programs.