Review resources for how to work remotely, whether you are already working remotely, or getting ready to work remotely when you get your summer job.
Working from home, staying connected with colleagues, and IT guidance
- Tipsheet for students working remotely (PDF, 143 KB) (CEWIL Canada)
- Connecting, collaborating and teaching remotely (Queen's ITS)
- Attend Microsoft Teams webinars and training sessions
- Home office health & safety SOP, (PDF, 258 KB) (Standard Operating Procedure from Queen’s EH&S)
Workshops on working remotely
If for your summer role you will now be working remotely, how do you set yourself up for success? How do you work effectively from a distance? Come explore strategies and reflect with other students, and get great tips for working remotely. You'll leave with a personal action plan to help tackle your new role with confidence. Current times include:
- May 3rd: 1 pm – 2 pm
- May 5th: 3 pm – 4 pm
- May 10th: 10 am – 11 am
- May 13th: 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
- May 19th: 2 pm – 3 pm
Other Online Resources
Queen’s pays for students to access LinkedIn Learning which offers professional development courses through ITS. Consider these course once you have signed-in:
- LinkedIn Learning Course – “Remote Work Foundations”
- LinkedIn Learning Course – “Time Management: Working from home”
Getting the most out of your experience
- Experiential Learning WrapAround - even when working remotely you are still developing skills. Find workshops, tools, and resources to help you build the skills you want in your job, reflect on what you’ve learned, and articulate your strengths
Staying healthy while working remotely
Working remotely can be isolating, especially amidst COVID-19. Here are some links to help you stay well while working remotely during this crisis.
- The Student Affairs COVID response webpage includes a wide range of support services for students including the Queen’s International Centre, Ban Righ Centre, and Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre.
- City of Kingston COVID-19 information