Whether you are a faculty providing remote classroom instruction, or a staff member looking to share supportive information, the following slides can be added to an existing presentation, or shared on your media screens.
Cornell Health telehealth video
Learn about how students can access medical and mental health services and support through video and phone appointments.
COVID-19 prevention & well-being videos
The following videos were created by staff members from Cornell Health's Skorton Center for Health Initiatives.
Cornell: Stop COVID – How to make a mask
Learn how to make a simple mask to protect yourself, your friends, and your family.
Cornell: Stop COVID – Physical distancing
Cornellians know physical distancing can help save lives.
Cornell: Stop COVID – Hand washing
Hand washing helps protect everyone.
Supporting Your Well-being During COVID-19: Nature Edition
Spending time in nature is proven to support mental health and well-being. And you can still do that in a variety of ways while protecting yourself and others from COVID-19
"Stop Corona" health hop rap video
Dr. John Clarke, director of occupational medicine at Cornell Health, raps about ways to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Telehealth services from Cornell Health: Media slide
Link to full-size Telehealth slide (CU NetID required)
Learn more about our Telehealth Services.
Tips for coping during COVID-19: Media slides
Link to full-size Practice Mindfulness slide (CU NetID required)
Link to full-size Connect With Nature slide (CU NetID required)
Link to full-size Social Support slide (CU NetID required)
Link to full-size Online Exercise slide (CU NetID required)
Link to full-size News Consumption slide (CUNetID required)
Link to full-size Make a Mask slide (CU NetID required)
View additional tips for Coping During COVID-19.
COVID-19 undergraduate survey results
Link to full-size Physical Distancing 1 slide (CU NetID required)
Link to full-size Physical Distancing 2 slide (CU NetID required)
Link to full-size Hand Washing slide (CU NetID required)
Learn more about our recent COVID-19 survey of Cornell students.