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COVID-19 and Local Circuits: Part III – Durable Funding During Cuts

COVID-19 and Local Circuits: Part III - Durable Funding During CutsThis article will address how debate programs can respond to current funding and support cuts by universities. The first part of this series profiled experiences of organizers, coaches, and debaters in different parts of the world. The second part of this series covered different approaches to virtual recruitment and outreach. Will there be a fourth part? Probably not, debaters think in threes. If you have comments or want another COVID-19 piece, please email me at spruced@tuta.io I. Dollars for W's Didn't Work Before & Won't Work Now Most debate programs have historically appealed to their institutions through awards and selective representation at ...
Jun 10th, 2020 | By | Category: international, Mittwochs-Feature | Comments Off on COVID-19 and Local Circuits: Part III – Durable Funding During Cuts

COVID-19 and Local Circuits: Part II, Virtual Recruitment Strategies

COVID-19 and Local Circuits: Part II, Virtual Recruitment StrategiesThis article will review recruitment and outreach projects some debate societies have undertaken. It does not attempt to provide  recommendations / criticisms of different policies and responses. The first part of this series profiled experiences of organizers, coaches, and debaters in different parts of the world. The third part of this series will discuss dealing with COVID-19 funding cuts. If you would like to share projects on your local circuit or have comments please feel free to email me at spruced@tuta.io Featuring Gaini Ibragimova, DC "Parassat": With a 20 year history, DC "Parassat" is one of the oldest and strongest debate clubs ...
May 20th, 2020 | By | Category: international, Mittwochs-Feature | Comments Off on COVID-19 and Local Circuits: Part II, Virtual Recruitment Strategies

COVID-19 and Local Circuits: Part I, Transition to Virtual Debating

COVID-19 and Local Circuits: Part I, Transition to Virtual DebatingThis article will profile the experiences of organizers, coaches, and debaters in different parts of the world. It does not attempt to provide a comprehensive picture of the competitive debate scene in that region, nor to provide recommendations / criticisms of different policies and responses. The second part of this series will review strategies for virtual recruitment and outreach. If you would like to share projects on your local circuit or have comments please feel free to email me at spruced@tuta.io Organizing & Institutional Experiences with Virtual Debate The Participants: Vishal - "I've been involved with debating and judging for the University of Malaysia ...
May 6th, 2020 | By | Category: international, Mittwochs-Feature | Comments Off on COVID-19 and Local Circuits: Part I, Transition to Virtual Debating

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