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Don't Panic! The 2020 Pandemic LibGuide: Library Resources from Home

This guide has all the resources you need to stay productive and keep your classes and research going!

InterLibrary Loan

Inter-Library is back open for full-use! Woo hoo!!!

Please contact Montanna Barnett for questions or concerns.

Vaughan Hennen - Librarian

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Vaughan Hennen
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This guide will help give you resources, while all classes are held online.

Feeling overwhelmed? Don't worry! This guide is here to help you!

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LinkedIn Learning Video:Time Management: Working from Home

Mindful Meditations for Work and Life

You can be successful at work while maintaining a calm, Zen-like approach to your daily decisions and routines. Meditation and mental exercises like visualization can help you manage stress and create the life you want. This audio course led by Scott Shute, head of the Mindfulness and Compassion program at LinkedIn, offers a practical and easy approach to meditation, including simple, short exercises that you can build into a regular practice—even in the minutes before a meeting. Learn the science underlying the brain-body connection and how adapting your posture and changing your position can help you relax. Explore different kinds of breathing exercises, and discover visualization and loving-kindness techniques to open your mind and your heart. Scott closes with some advice for making your practice stick and integrate meditation into a busy schedule.
 

Learning Objectives:

  • Adapting your posture and body language
  • Breathing exercises
  • Arrival practice
  • Visualization
  • Body scanning
  • Loving kindness
  • Sound-based exercise
  • Keeping your meditation practice going

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