Resources for Home Learning

Free learning resources
     Hi guys, I’m your new coworker. As most are settling in, working from home, we no longer have coworkers to ask questions. So I’m applying for that job!  I promise not to put your stapler in jello or fax you letters to yourself from the future (I know I have “The Office” fans out there). How fun it would be to hide someone’s cell phone in the ceiling tiles again.
     How are you doing? I want to hear from you.
     For me, working from home like everyone else, I’m not traveling as I’m a custom too, so I’m getting a little antsy. I’d be lying if I said I don’t miss the travel and crazy burgers, or simply interacting with a classroom and discussing workflows.  Like everyone else, I’m a little emotionally disorganized these days.  But, out of chaos comes opportunities and innovation. Many forward-thinking companies like Uber, Square, and Airbnb all came from the recession in 2008 and many more if you look at times following the tragedies of September 11, 2001.  We recover, we get better, and the “normal” gets better.
     Lucky for you, I want to provide something for you that’s not COVID-19, not a conspiracy theory, not defending or bashing Trump.  You don’t need another “how-to work from home” or “how to homeschool your kids” viewpoint of someone with a different life than yours.
     To be honest, I’ve been questioning the relevance and importance of my content in the midst of all of this.  We’re in strange times without a doubt. I backed off a little on my consistency with blogging and YouTube but I realized I needed to get back on track for myself and those who got used to weekly content.  While I haven’t been publishing new content, I have been learning.  Hopefully, you’ve noticed my YouTube content is getting better as I learn more about video editing and better planning the topics.  I hope you’re also taking this opportunity to learn, and better yourself.  So here is a list of resources to learn from home.



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  1. I’m writing a Wiki for the Revu Subreddit (still a work in progress). Here is the Revu learning resources section I put together.

    1. This is great Andrew, someone mentioned this site in the FB group. Glad to find it, I can’t wait to dive in!

  2. Appreciate all the tips and guidance. Don’t think it goes unnoticed. Each one teach one.

    1. I appreciate the time you took to write this Chad. If there are any topics you want to be covered, let me know, I’m always looking for ideas.