Free Resources for Schools During COVID-19 Outbreak
The rapid transition to remote learning has been a difficult road to navigate for many, but AALS has developed a free emergency roadmap for making a rapid transition to remote learning during forced school closures. This quick-start guide will walk you through a simplified step-by-step process to maintain your continuity of teaching and learning in a crisis.
Loom, a video recording and sharing platform is is offering a free pro version to teachers and students at schools, universities, and educational institutions for school work.
Discover how to be productive and stay connected when working from home or other remote environments with free LinkedIn Learning courses.
News-O-Matic is providing free access to their Coronavirus coverage for teachers, parents, and children to help kids understand what is happening — and to give them a global platform to share their experiences.
Have you ever wondered how theme parks come to life? Disney Imagineers from hundreds of career disciplines around the world share how they use a wide range of skills – from story development and conceptual design, to math, physics and engineering – that all come together to create immersive experiences. Imagineering in a Box allows you to explore different aspects of theme park design, from characters to ride development, as you design a theme park of your very own.
While the Guggenheim Museum is closed in response to coronavirus (COVID-19), they invite you to explore different ways to connect with our curators, artists, exhibitions, and collections from your own home including art home art classes and more.
General Assembly is offering a free online introductory workshop to explore the building blocks of the web — HTML and CSS — learn how you can apply these programming languages to develop your own simple sites.
Class Central is offering free online courses from Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Penn, Princeton, and Yale in a variety of subjects/
Adobe is making temporary at-home access to Creative Cloud available until May 31, 2020 for K-12 schools and colleges and universities who currently have only lab access for students, at no additional cost. It’s also offering free 90-day access to its web conferencing tool, Adobe Connect, for both current subscribers and non-customers, until July 1, 2020.