Resource Library

This library is a collection of resources submitted by SLSV Coalition partners. The tags and definitions were self-submitted by Coalition partners. Interested in submitting a resource to be included in the Resource Library? Submit your resource here. Submission is not a guarantee that your resource will be accepted. Check out the guidance below before submitting a resource. 

Resources are: programs, toolkits, action planning guides, publications, recommended readings, graphics/media/creative materials, websites, presentations, event planning materials, replicable best practices, civic technology, campus strategies, and other evergreen resources. 

Our resources library does not contain: job postings, press releases, and advertisements that promote an organization or product, partisan resources, and resources outside of the scope of the Coalition (i.e. resources that don’t align with any of the SLSV Coalition’s guiding principles and don’t advance our work within student and/or youth democratic engagement). 

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One-page discussion guides on topical issues for use in and out of the classroom.
This report highlights the 2020 campus democratic engagement action planning process and shares key findings, suggestions, and data.
One-stop resource for creating programming and uplifting messaging around the 50th anniversary of the 26th Amendment.
Seven states currently discriminate on the basis of age in their vote-at-home (also known as absentee ballot) systems, and this report explains why these laws are unconstitutional under the Twenty-Sixth Amendment, which prohibits age discrimination in voting.
This report highlights student-led nonpartisan voting efforts on college and university campuses following the 2020 elections at institutions participating in the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge (ALL IN Challenge).
The allintovote.org website as a one-stop shop for campuses and their students to navigate the voting process.
A brief perspective from HBCU students on their interactions regarding civic engagement with Elections Officials, Politicians, Third-party organizations, and Campus Administrators.
A comprehensive guide to digital organizing, this toolkit offers four strategies for transitioning in-person democratic engagement to an online environment, especially in times of need and social distancing.
A guide on how to create your own DIY voter engagement relational texting program with or without access to a relational texting app.
An IDHE report series, centered on research-backed recommendations for promoting and sustaining political learning on campus.
A collection of tools, resources, and guides that we've built or collected from partners, all geared towards helping students leading civic engagement work on campus.
Expanding the Ballot: Providing Language Assistance to Non-English Proficient Voters Through Multilingual Poll Workers is a how-to guide that explains how voting rights advocates can replicate Usjid’s approach with a six-step process in counties across the United States.
Created during the polarizing 2016 election season, this step-by-step workshop guide trains facilitators to manage politically charged discussions on campus.
The Faculty Network supports and empowers faculty of all disciplines in higher education to contribute to the development of students and faculty as engaged voters and full participants in a democratic society.
This resource should be used as a roadmap to guide conversations about free speech and inclusion on campus.
Get to the Polls (GTTP) enables voters to identify where to vote or return their ballot, what’s on their ballot, and how to contact their state and local election officials by simply entering their address.
Understanding and overcoming the psychological barriers faced by student voters.
The Higher Education-Student Voter Engagement Forum (aka HE-SVE Listserv) is a Google Group for campus stakeholders and nonpartisan nonprofit partners working to improve voter engagement on college campuses.
How To Vote provides a summary of voter registration and voting rules for all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Interactive data tools and visualizations derived from IDHE's NSLVE dataset and more.
Guidance based on a roundtable discussion on how to message voter engagement while being conscientious of systemic racism.
In partnership with Nancy Thomas of the Institute for Democracy & Higher Education and Mike Burns of Campus Vote Project, AGF’s Chief Counsel for Voting Rights Yael Bromberg authored this Memorandum to Higher Education Leaders, containing advice for facilitating student voting amidst COVID-19 conditions.
This research design provides evidence whether the adoption of a single election administration reform—permitting early in-person voting to occur on public college and university campuses in Florida for the 2018 general elections—had a positive effect on turnout, especially among young voters, who do not normally vote in midterm elections.
Resources created to support campus stakeholders in processing and responding to a tumultuous post-election season.

The Resource Library is populated by information partners submitted via SLSV Coalition Resource Audit. If you would like to edit a resource’s page, please fill out our Website Edits Form