COVID-19 Resources (updated)
Things are changing quickly. Take a look at this resource list and check often as it continues to grow.
We are trying to pull together as many resources as possible to help people navigate this global health crisis. The more information we share, the better, safer and more productive we can all be during this difficult time. Have something you want to add? Email Eva at email@example.com.
Helpful Work Resources:
- UM-Dearborn Human Resources
- University Human Resources (UHR)
- Remote working resources - a (growing) collection of articles and podcasts on remote work
- Enabling People and Organizations in Trying Times
- Don't forget to get your FULL and FREE subscriptions to New York Times and Wall Street Journal through the Mardigian Library.
- LinkedIn Learning
- Osher Lifelong Learning Institute
- FAQ CECS developed for their faculty & staff
Support, Well-Being and Community Resources
- Guide to Well-Being During the COVID19 Pandemic (MHealthy)
- Helpful Websites and Resources from Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
- Voice of the Staff Emergency Hardship Program
- Learn Ways to Cope During Uncertain Times (sessions offered by U-M Human Resources)
- Michigan Psychiatry Resources for COVID-19
- List of Free Learning and Fun Resources
- COVID-19 Nonprofit Resources
- Keeping Wolverines Connected is a webpage for fun activities, content, and moments related to Michigan Athletics
Technology & Internet resources
- Videoconference Best Practices
- Zoom (videoconferencing)
- Comcast has extended its 60 days of free Internet Essentials service to qualified households in their service area. Normally, this would cost $9.95 per month. Qualified households include those eligible for National School Lunch Program, Housing Assistance, Medicaid, SNAP, SSI and others.
- Charter/Spectrum is also opening up free access to wifi hotspots.
- Many smartphones can be turned into instant wi-fi “hotspots” which can allow you to connect to wi-fi on a laptop. Here are a couple of links; you may need to search the internet for information on your individual phone.
- How to use your iPhone to create a hotspot
- How to use your Android phone to create a hotspot
- Keep in mind that the hotspot will use up data in your data plan. In order to facilitate stronger connections please minimize use of personal streaming services.
Resources for Alumni