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Surviving to Thriving: Creating Scalable Remote Workflows

The world will remember 2020 as the year when everyone from the office suddenly started working from home.

While nobody can predict the future and offices are not disappearing for good, rapid economic disruption from COVID-19 and remote connectivity suggest that work patterns have permanently changed. Remote work that was the exception but is now a rule requires different and new approaches.

To adapt to this remote work future, organizations must move beyond simply promoting connectivity to establishing scalable remote workflows that enable distributed teams.

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An E-Learning Program for Organizations and Workers Impacted by COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored both the risk many job functions face during severe economic change, alongside technological changes like automation, and the skills and disciplines that remain resilient during such changes.

As part of our ongoing commitment to support organizations in identifying and growing the skills and capabilities needed to compete, edX has launched a new program specifically for workers, businesses, and institutions impacted by COVID-19. In coordination with Emerson Collective (Laurene Powell Jobs' Foundation) effort on workforce skilling, we designed the Workforce Acceleration Recovery Program to help upskill current and support displaced workforces as quickly as possible with strong, future-resilient skill sets.

Whether upskilling your workforce to fill gaps and safeguard against the continued economic impact of COVID-19, or arming displaced workers with pathways to job opportunities elsewhere, learn how you can leverage the Workforce Acceleration Recovery Program for your business.

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Harness the Power of Online Learning for Your Remote Students

The benefits of online learning go far beyond flexibility. Learn more about how to fully harness this powerful way of learning, from offering the opportunity to build valuable hybrid skill sets to creating lasting connections between students around the world.

Empower your students to join thousands of other learners from across the globe in an online learning community: Learn more about our initiative with Harvard, MIT, and other partner institutions to offer free access to select courses through June 30, 2020.

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Keep Students on Track With Free Online Classes From Harvard, MIT, and More

In an effort to help as many universities and students as possible across the globe affected by COVID-19, edX and our founding partners, Harvard and MIT, are joining together to launch an initiative for accredited academic institutions around the world.

Through June 30, 2020, any accredited academic institution in need of additional learning resources can use this program to gain access to a free catalog of high-quality, relevant courses and programs from participating top universities. Learn how your college or university can use the program to:

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Tips For L&D Leaders: Supporting and Engaging Remote Workforces

Whether by design or circumstance, more and more organizations have at least some portion of their workforces working remotely.

Especially for those who have suddenly found themselves in this uncharted territory, we’ve put together a collection of key considerations and tips for navigating the shift to remote work and delivering learning that keeps remote employees productive, engaged, and moving forward.

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Surviving to Thriving: Creating Scalable Remote Workflows

The world will remember 2020 as the year when everyone from the office suddenly started working from home.

While nobody can predict the future and offices are not disappearing for good, rapid economic disruption from COVID-19 and remote connectivity suggest that work patterns have permanently changed. Remote work that was the exception but is now a rule requires different and new approaches.

To adapt to this remote work future, organizations must move beyond simply promoting connectivity to establishing scalable remote workflows that enable distributed teams.

An E-Learning Program for Organizations and Workers Impacted by COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored both the risk many job functions face during severe economic change, alongside technological changes like automation, and the skills and disciplines that remain resilient during such changes.

As part of our ongoing commitment to support organizations in identifying and growing the skills and capabilities needed to compete, edX has launched a new program specifically for workers, businesses, and institutions impacted by COVID-19. In coordination with Emerson Collective (Laurene Powell Jobs' Foundation) effort on workforce skilling, we designed the Workforce Acceleration Recovery Program to help upskill current and support displaced workforces as quickly as possible with strong, future-resilient skill sets.

Whether upskilling your workforce to fill gaps and safeguard against the continued economic impact of COVID-19, or arming displaced workers with pathways to job opportunities elsewhere, learn how you can leverage the Workforce Acceleration Recovery Program for your business.

Harness the Power of Online Learning for Your Remote Students

The benefits of online learning go far beyond flexibility. Learn more about how to fully harness this powerful way of learning, from offering the opportunity to build valuable hybrid skill sets to creating lasting connections between students around the world.

Empower your students to join thousands of other learners from across the globe in an online learning community: Learn more about our initiative with Harvard, MIT, and other partner institutions to offer free access to select courses through June 30, 2020.

Keep Students on Track With Free Online Classes From Harvard, MIT, and More

In an effort to help as many universities and students as possible across the globe affected by COVID-19, edX and our founding partners, Harvard and MIT, are joining together to launch an initiative for accredited academic institutions around the world.

Through June 30, 2020, any accredited academic institution in need of additional learning resources can use this program to gain access to a free catalog of high-quality, relevant courses and programs from participating top universities. Learn how your college or university can use the program to:

Tips For L&D Leaders: Supporting and Engaging Remote Workforces

Whether by design or circumstance, more and more organizations have at least some portion of their workforces working remotely.

Especially for those who have suddenly found themselves in this uncharted territory, we’ve put together a collection of key considerations and tips for navigating the shift to remote work and delivering learning that keeps remote employees productive, engaged, and moving forward.

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