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NEADS Coffee Chat: Productivity Pressure & Hacks for Staying on Track!
Education
Ottawa, Ontario
November 27, 2020
https://www.neads.ca/en/about/events/index.php?id=2537
Productivity Pressure & Hacks for Staying on Track!
November 27, 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. EDT

Presenter Bio - Jennifer Mei:

Jennifer Mei is a Registered Social Worker and Master of Social Work student with over a decade of experience supporting the career development of people with disabilities. Jennifer is currently the role of Accessibility Experiential Learning Coordinator in the Career and Experiential Learning Department at Thompson Rivers University. Through engagement with students, faculty, and employers, Jennifer has been busy finding better ways to support students with disabilities in transitioning to a career and/or experiential learning environment. She approaches her work from a universal design perspective and is passionate about creating equitable employment opportunities for students with disabilities.

Presentation Overview
Productivity Pressure and Hacks for Staying on Track

Abruptly shifting from getting up and commuting to work everyday to working from home is a huge adjustment for some of us. Especially, if working from home also comes with keeping your little ones busy or teaching home school while trying to stay productive and connected with your work team. If you’re a student, your courses have likely transitioned to an on-line format with now classroom structure. Workload may have unexpectedly increased or there have been bumps in course delivery. Learning new technology and finding work-life balance can be huge learning curve. How are we ever going stay on track? In this session, Jennifer Mei, Accessibility Experiential Learning Coordinator and Registered Social Worker will discuss reframing productivity during COVID-19 and provide tips and tricks for staying organized, managing time and using the technology you probably already have to its full assistive potential.
Register at: https://bit.ly/3kM5uwY

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