During this time of Social Distancing, here are some online technology links and videos that you can use for personal learning and research!
From March 26th through September 30, 2020, Skillup for Oswego County is free for all residents of the area to use!
"New York Wired for Education is a workforce development company that provides online training solutions focused on career training and exploration. Founded in 1991, New York Wired was established to provide state and not-for-profits agencies with innovative and affordable training programs. Since 2008, Metrix Learning, New York Wired for Education's web-based Learning Management System (LMS), has been used to meet the training needs of Workforce Investment Boards, libraries, businesses and colleges throughout the country. Featuring learning content from the world's leading training providers, Metrix Learning offers comprehensive and impactful job skills training, certification preparation and assessment testing."
You can access the website via this link to research more job opportunities and also get your name and resume listed for potential employers: http://oswego.skillupamerica.org/
Want to learn more about your ancestry and local roots during this time?
Want to learn some more about using computers while we're closed?
Have a student (or two) at home right now from school that need some extra resources?
For Biology Review and Concepts, the Amoeba Sisters are a wonderful resource! https://www.youtube.com/user/AmoebaSisters
For general learning and help with Math, Science and Other Concepts, Khan Academy is a wonderful resource on YouTube as well: https://www.youtube.com/user/khanacademy
A Helpful Guide to Planning, Outlining and Writing a Standard Five-Paragraph Essay: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kE60bPRqQBU
An Extensive Guide on Learning and Reviewing the Spanish Language: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qE-03EATjho
A Playlist as well of various lessons in French: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eq--V9P4rmM&list=PLxIXIaLcdFwD_gbMXHUOYqQtXTIPrys8L
For Art and Music Lessons, many instrumental and artistic technique lessons can also be found online for free via YouTube!
If your students at home are in need of a scientific or graphing calculator, then you can visit https://www.desmos.com/in order to use both for free online.
For something on the more fun side for younger students, https://www.coolmathgames.com/ is a wonderful website with fun and educational games!