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RTÉ Home School Hub

Featuring Creativity at Home from The Glucksman

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Family Law Hub helps families in crisis as domestic violence rises amid pandemic

Read the Irish Examiner news story

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Keeping Cork Healthy with Cork Echo Live

Regular health tips, recipes, exercise videos and more

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Supporting people to live, learn and play during COVID-19.

Through COVID-19, staff and students in UCC are making a range of resources and supports available to support daily living.

Resources for Children during COVID-19. 

'Corona, Corona, Corona' cartoon explains COVID-19 to young people

Written by UCC nursing graduate, Gail Condon, and voiced by Rosie Carter, daughter of UCC Clinical Research Fellow, Dr. Michael Carter.

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Resources from our Creative Campus and Community

Cork Movie Memories documentary available to watch online

For those in need of distraction and a reminder of the joy of going to the cinema, watch this 40 min documentary on cinema going in Cork.

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  • The Perspective Show on Community Radio Youghal (CRY104fm)

    18 Jun 2020
    The Perspective Show on Community Radio Youghal (CRY104fm)

    Local radio plays a particularly important role in a being a companion to elderly people who may live alone, or feel isolated during this difficult time. In this show, UCC researcher and academic Dr Rosarii Griffin interviews academics and researchers on aspects of their work related to COVID-19 and of general public interest.  A series of interviews from UCC were not only used for 'The Perspective Show', but were also made available to other Radio Presenters in the Youghal Studio, during a time when access to people to interview during these time of phycial distancing is difficult. 

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  • Viral Archive Project invites you to help capture the signs of the times

    17 Jun 2020
    Viral Archive Project invites you to help capture the signs of the times

    Across our communities, in windows and woodlands, on streets, and pavements, people have been inspired to create artwork during the pandemic. The Viral Archive project aims to capture the visual record of the signs, marks, and graffiti that are keeping us safe, together, and uplifted during this pandemic. Through this living archive project researchers are documenting these visual records of this unique and unusual time. They invite you to submit your pictures. 

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  • Home from Home with The Glucksman

    01 May 2020
    Home from Home with The Glucksman

    An on-line initiative that invites Irish artists to respond to the COVID 19 restrictions. Home from Home is intended as a way to provide insight into the extraordinary situation of being confined to home during the COVID 19 pandemic. 

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  • Creative Corona - Creative Writers produce short reads in this special series

    30 Apr 2020
    Creative Corona - Creative Writers produce short reads in this special series

    During an April of lockdown, this series shared a daily dose of poems and short stories from the community of writers associated with the MA in Creative Writing at UCC. The online "Creative Corona" series features students, graduates and established writers associated with Creative Writing at UCC.

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  • 'Chronicles of COVID-19' - A People's Archive

    16 Jun 2020
    'Chronicles of COVID-19' - A People's Archive

    What will happen to the record of ordinary people’s experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic, when the social media posts are gone? The Cork Folklore Project is carrying out a country-wide archival collection project, and you can contribute by adding your voice. 

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Staying Safe, Healthy, Well - Resources for You and Your Family

The Family Law Hub provides up to date information and guidance.

Supporting people across Ireland who are experiencing family law issues during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Resources for Youth and Young Adults

Resources and supports for young adults, some with a particular focus on supporting the transition from secondary to third level education during COVID-19. 

Civic & Community Engagement

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