Working From Home & Resources
If you’re not used to working from home, as many of you have now found yourselves doing while in self-isolation, it takes a lot of discipline to get through your workday and not get distracted by things around the house you’d accomplish in the evenings or weekends.
With that in mind, the following websites offer help for working remotely:
Tips for Small Business
Free Book: The History of Petzl
LinkedIn | free webinars with working from home resources
Reminder about the general symptoms
These are on the lighter side, but some good tips sprinkled in:
Just for fun
Tips for working at home with kids
Online Learning Opportunities
Why not put your extra time to good use? Learn a new skill!
Coursera offers affordable online learning opportunities with partners including colleges and universities.
Edx offers some free courses (you’ll need to pay to get a degree)
Udemy offers courses for varying fees
OpenLearn through Open University (UK) offers a number of free courses
Itunes U (download from the Apple App store): for those with Apple products offers lots of free learning resources.
Industry Related Programs
*If taking a TREE Fund webinar, be sure to download the ISA attendance form. Instructions are provided on the TREE Fund website above.
Resources to Stay Connected
Trying to stay in touch while we’re apart? Here are some resources to help you stay connected online while social distancing offline:
WhatsApp (available for download on mobile platforms)
FaceTime (available for download on mobile platforms)
Facebook Messenger (available for download on mobile platforms)
For Your Kids
Sesame Street launched a website to help kids and parents deal with coronavirus fears through online books, games, activities (and even a virtual hug from Elmo!)