Rootd, a panic attack and anxiety app, is offering 45 days of free premium access to the app.

 

Digital Marketing Institute is offering four free training courses on digital channels, social media marketing, pay-per-click analytics and e-commerce strategy. These courses are being made available through DMI’s Power Membership program.

 

Britt Andreatta Training Solutions, in partnership with Thought Industries, is making the e-learning course The Change Quest Model for Individuals, free through June 30th. The 90-day course offers tools and tips on how to successfully navigate change.

 

Skillsoft is offering free access to its learning experience platform Percipio for 60 days — and 90 days for students and professors with an .edu email.

 

E-learning software company JollyDeck is offering all essential businesses free access to their platform and services, which includes an onboarding suite, the JollyDeck LMS and authoring platform, training analytics and a support package that includes content authoring.

 

Cornerstone onDemand Inc. is offering a free online public learning platform to keep individuals informed of crisis-related updates and courses on self-care, managing stress and best practices for staying productive while working from home.

 

AllenComm has put together this free mini-course, in partnership with Columbia University Psychiatry Department, with tips on managing anxiety during a crisis.

 

Online cannabis education platform Green Flower Media is offering up one of its certificate program, Fundamentals of Cannabis, for free through April 30, 2020.

 

Massive open online course platform Udacity is offering one free month’s access to one of its 40 nanodegree programs.

 

TalentLMS is offering six months of its software subscription to nonprofits combating the coronavirus outbreak, for free.

 

Technology company SHL Virtual made its entire Virtual Solutions suite free or organizations facing talent acquisition and talent management challenges (screening candidates, conducting interviews, etc.) relating to the coronavirus outbreak, and also created RemoteWorkQ, an assessment program developed for remote workplaces.

 

Chicago-based career coaching company Ama La Vida is offering free services for anyone whose role was eliminated in response to business economic complications caused by the coronavirus.

 

Igloo Software is offering the Business Continuity Bundle, which includes free communication and collaboration tools and planning resources for the workplace.

 

This page will be updated as resources become available.

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