Companies that are Helping
An increasing number of companies are contributing to the social good at this time of disruption through free or extended access to their offerings and services. Below we’ve assembled a list of companies that have responded to the COVID-19 crisis with free/extended access, and whose services or products may be useful for your class.
Adobe Creative Cloud
Adobe Creative Cloud is enabling “at home” access for students who normally use their products in on-campus labs. Access will extend through May 31, 2020. More here
Wiley announced that they are offering their digital courseware free to any instructors who do not currently have an online learning solution. They’re also keeping up a content hub with videos, webinars, and PDFs, as well as access to their support team. More here
IBM SPSS is available for students to download and install for free from the software webstore, https://georgetown.onthehub.com. Student access to this software is usually restricted to campus computer labs, but IBM has amended Georgetown’s contract to allow student local installations through August.
CogBooks is offering its adaptive courseware for free for the remainder of the spring semester. They’re also offering complimentary onboarding services at this time. More here
Johns Hopkins University Press
Johns Hopkins University Press is making all of its content on Project MUSE available for free until the end of May. Read more
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