While we’re at home, why not: experience the arts, explore the Stanford Libraries’ streaming collection, take advantage of resources for educators and families, and more.
Community and student resources to engage with the arts from wherever you are, courtesy of Stanford Arts.
How to cope with being home again
Loss of independence and countless distractions can be some of the downsides to living at home again as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Resources for Educators and Families
Stories, activities, tips, and resources from across the Graduate School of Education that address issues facing educators and families now.
Resources to help your family navigate
The WorkLife Office has provided resources to support and assist families to navigate this uncertain time.
C-19: Humanities & Sciences faculty in the news
From biology and chemistry to economics, history, political science, and more, faculty in the School of Humanities & Sciences are working to help solve, understand, and explain the COVID-19 crisis.
Entitled Opinions with Robert Harrison
Listen as Professor Robert Harrison reflects on the ways the present Coronavirus pandemic gives new resonance to Boccaccio’s Decameron, written in the immediate aftermath of the Black Death of 1348.
7-Day Challenge Series
Join the Stanford Graduate School of Business and start your day off with purpose, creativity, and a little fun by joining the complimentary 7-Day Challenge series.
Tune into the nationally syndicated public radio program founded by two Stanford philosophers! Topics are lofty (truth, beauty, justice), arresting (race, AI, climate change) and engaging (music, love, superheroes).
Streaming Media Collections
Access a variety of services that make video, film and television titles for research and instruction.