Virtual Learning Resources
The Department of Human Resources offers two on-demand training videos to aid managers and employees in maximizing productivity in a hybrid working environment.
Hybrid Workplace Tips and Tools
Building Community Virtually
Self-Management Tips For Remote Workers
Managing Remote Employees
Standard Practices for Employees: Telework (new window)
Standard Practices for Managers: Telework (new window)
Onboarding Remote New Employees (new window)
Georgetown University offers a number of self-directed learning opportunities to help employees learn and grow on their own time, including in-house e-learning modules and our partnership with LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com). This resource offers free, self-paced professional development courses to all employees on a range of topics covered by experts. Access here and login with your NetID and Password.
These two courses offer an introduction to LinkedIn Learning which will help users make the most of this resource:
The Department of Human Resources has curated a collection of recommended courses which can be accessed directly using the links below.
Free online courses from Georgetown University through EdX. Explore additional free online courses from other universities and EdX partners.
Explore Virtual Workshops, Events and well-being touchpoints with GUWellness. View the Office of Faculty and Staff Benefits page to view a number of Virtual Wellness opportunities and resources available.
Faculty & Staff Assistance Program
The staff of the FSAP remains dedicated to their mission of providing free, confidential counseling, consultation, and educational services to faculty, staff and their immediate family members. The FSAP is currently serving the community by offering sessions via telephone and Zoom. Appointments can be scheduled by contacting the staff directly.
Additional Learning Resources at Georgetown
Georgetown Now, a daily video segment with President DeGioia
Video Tips and Resources from the School of Continuing Studies(SCS): SCS Professional Development and InFocus Discussions with Thought Leaders & Change Makers