NetVUE Electronic Resources and Links

NetVUE offers a collection of resources to support the exploration of vocation in undergraduate education. These include a publicly-accessible blog and podcast, a wide range of webinars and workshops for members, and the NetVUE Community Network site, which includes a library of relevant books, course syllabi, audio-visual material, and materials from national and regional conferences.

Vocation in A Time of Pandemic

NetVUE has created a number of electronic resources specifically related to the current pandemic. Many of these resources (and other helpful offerings gathered from the web) can be accessed through a curated page on this site:

NetVUE Blog

NetVUE sponsors a publicly-accessible blog, Vocation Matters. Posts include original content from leaders at NetVUE institutions, reflections on the nature of vocational reflection, and occasional links to other relevant content on the web. The site is maintained by Stephanie Johnson, editor; for more information, send an email to

NetVUE Podcast

NetVUE sponsors a podcast, Callings: Conversations on College, Career, and a Life Well Lived. These audio offerings explore what it means to live a life defined by a sense of meaning and purpose. They focus on the process of exploring and discerning one’s vocation, with particular emphasis on mentoring and supporting undergraduate students as they navigate the relationships among college, career, faith, and their future directions in life. “Callings” is co-hosted by John Barton and Erin VanLaningham, who also is director of the NetVUE Scholarly Resources Project. 

NetVUE Community Network Site

The Community Network site is an access-controlled site for NetVUE members only. Through the site, leaders of member campuses can do the following:

  • Share documents, audio, and video files
  • Browse resources on books, movies, and course syllabi
  • Participate in listserv discussions
  • View a directory of other NetVUE member contacts

If you would like to join the NetVUE Community Network site, send an email to and include your own name, your title, your institution’s name, and your email address. Please allow 3–4 days for processing and verification. You will receive your login information after being registered with CIC.

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