We have a few announcements for you this weekend, as you tackle Week 5's materials, on Violence Against Women in the Home & Community.
1. Your Field Assignment
Be sure to work on your "Engage Your Community" assignment this week! In your town or region, locate an organization that is working on an issue highlighted in this class. Interview the people at this organization: What is the name of the group? What is its mission or goal? How does it carry out its work? What is your sense of its effectiveness?
Share your findings here on our class forum. We already have a wonderful set of responses from students across the globe—see the map below!
Read the instructions (PDF) for this field assignment. We also invite you to include a photo of your organization as part of your post!
2. Chat with Other Learners Live
Sign up for a weekly Talkabout Session and chat about this week or last week's content live! You can choose to talk about Week 5 or Week 4's materials (we have added extra sessions this week to make up for last week.) Discussion guides are all available on the Discussion Toolkit section of the Interact Portal, which you can download before your talk.
3. [WEEK 5] Violence in the Home and Community
Access the Course View the video lectures and textbook at lagunita.stanford.edu where content will be released according to the syllabus.
Respond to Classmates Visit our SetSail forum (www.setsail.io) to share your thoughts and comment on others' posts. Please e-mail email@example.com for any assistance.
4. Anne's Next Teatime Coming Soon
We apologize for the delay in Tea Time. Anne's computer is still having some technical issues, but the newest edition will be up very soon!
Please stay in touch with us and share your thoughts on setsail.io as the course progresses.
With warm wishes,
Anne Firth Murray
Consulting Professor, Stanford University
Founding President, The Global Fund for Women
Director of Design, International Women's Health and Human Rights (MOOC)
Founder, Skyship Design
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Invite a Learning Companion
Students report that having one or more learning companions with whom they can discuss the ideas presented by the class greatly enhances their educational experience. We urge you to invite your friends and colleagues to join you on this journey.
Invite your companions to sign up on internationalwomenshealth.org alongside you!