As we continue to work and learn at home, it’s important to stay connected to our colleagues and our community. To help keep us all connected, we created the #HumberAtHome series. We want to know about how you are taking care of your well-being right now, how your teams are adding a bit of fun into your interactions, and which resources are helping you.
Here are some examples of what members of the Humber community are doing to bring their community together:
Faculty of Media & Creative Arts
Students in Kristopher R.K. Ohlendorf's Digital Audio Design class are creating a short series of podcasts on their experiences living during the pandemic. The playlist featuring the first episodes is available via Soundcloud.
Humber Ad Copywriters have you covered to make working from home the most productive and fun it can be. The group is already proficient at group collaboration online and working from home using multiple platforms. Follow along all week for their work at home tips.
Radio Humber launched a new series today called Band Together. Every weeknight of April, 96.9 Radio Humber is going live from the living rooms of Canadian artists coast to coast. Three students from the Music Program kicked off the series last night. Listen on the dial at 96.9 or through the RadioPlayer Canada App Online at radio.humber.ca.
Check out this week’s schedule:
- Tuesday, April 7 – Alyssa Tess at 5 to 6 p.m.
- Wednesday, April 8 – Henry Nozuka at 5 to 6 p.m.
The Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences and Innovative Learning
Check out the great work the Digital Learning team is doing and the remote resources they’ve created to support our students.
Faculty of Business
The Fashion Arts and Business program digitally presents the annual Walk It Out Fashion Show, The Powerhouse. The fashion event is organized by the graduating students with the support of their faculty. Join in through Instagram and Twitter tomorrow, April 7 at 7 p.m. for a teaser of their fashion week ahead. Tune in all week for your chance to win prizes and get involved from home. The digital event is in support of Youth Without Shelter.
Please send us your #HumberAtHome photos, video clips and stories to firstname.lastname@example.org.