Since the unsettling situation with Covid-19 is still blocking most of the social interactions and in person gatherings, more innovative ideas come to rescue us from this distressing isolation.

Last Saturday we gave the opportunity to our Volunteer Hub, to participate in a very interactive session about common knowledge of digital tools.

Digital tools are programs, websites or online resources that can make tasks easier to complete.

A lot of these can be accessed in web browsers without needing to be downloaded, and everyone can access them both at home, for work and school.

We showcased a list of selected number of digital tools, listing the most relevant categories to do online activities. We did real time demos of some of the main features of the tools, and we entertained the volunteers with interactive games while using these tools.

We covered a lot of material during the one-hour training. We listed creativity tools such as Prezi, Canva, JamBoard, Mindmeister that are very practical tools for creating outstanding presentations and mind mapping.

Remote working tools were discussed among others and caught the attention of our audience since most of them are attending school online and completing work chores have become more challenging than ever. Luckily, a lot of brilliant minds have created tools for everything and that is the main reason why we decided to choose this topic.

We’re definitely going to put together a part two of this session since the interest from the group was very high and everyone enjoyed the creativity of this special training, done exclusively for our unique volunteer members.

This and many more opportunities and practical trainings can be one the many advantages of being part of our Volunteer Hub.

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