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No One Is on an Island: Connecting, Collaborating, and Coping During the Pandemic

in Kinesiology Review
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  • 1 California State University, East Bay, Hayward, CA, USA
  • | 2 Pennsylvania State University Hazleton, Hazleton, PA, USA
  • | 3 Pennsylvania State University Harrisburg, Middletown, PA, USA
  • | 4 Pennsylvania State University Brandywine, Media, PA, USA
  • | 5 Pennsylvania State University Mont Alto, Mont Alto, PA, USA
  • | 6 California State University, Northridge, Northridge, CA, USA
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The onset and spread of COVID-19 forced an accelerated shift to remote communication and online teaching, generating new challenges and opportunities for kinesiology. As a result of the pandemic situation, redefined collaborative models independently emerged among kinesiology departments in two systems, California State University and the Pennsylvania State University. These models built community; addressed geographic and size challenges associated with meeting in-person; empowered sharing of ideas, resources, best practices, and emotional support; and guided our campus communities to success. We suggest that these collaborative models can be used in the future as platforms to improve kinesiology student’s success by facilitating professional development, integration, sharing, problem solving, and social support.

Carpenter (paul.carpenter@csueastbay.edu) is corresponding author.

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