Resources

Workout Apps:   DownDog   These include various apps for a variety of workout types. Downdog creates randomized workouts that are tailored to your preferences. There are options for intensity, length, muscle group and have options for injuries.  It has a lot of music options as well as length, allowing for a customizable experience that can be easier to fit into a busy schedule. Weights are not needed in...

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Hello everyone! With this quarter moving to being remote, many professors and students alike are looking to move to online platforms such as Discord for discussion and to stay connected. One of the great benefits of using Discord is bots! Discord Bots are used to make day to day action in your server easier!   Bots can be programmed to play music, send messages and assign roles...

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  We've added another Eventbrite for our next resource kit: Mask Headbands!   When wearing a mask all day, the elastic straps of medical masks can rub away at the skin around ears creating an entry point for infection. In order to help protect our healthcare workers we would like to create headbands that move the points of contact from behind sensitive ears to buttons, therefore preventing discomfort...

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We've added another eventbrite for our next resource kit: Clothing Repair! Head over to eventbrite and grab a ticket if you are interested in receiving a kit of basic sewing supplies including needles, colored thread, seam rippers, cloth scissors, measuring tape and more. We will be running an online workshop in the future utilizing these items for those who would like an introduction to them! DePaul...

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Gauging the DePaul Community's Interest in At Home Project Kits   In light of recent events the IRL is searching for new ways to support the DePaul Community. While sheltering in place we urge you to keep learning and making. We are developing kits to send out as resources to help you create and to supplement your education.   The first project we're assembling is DIY Pickling Kit, which...

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As many of us continue to adjust to the changes in our lives shaped by COVID-19, we thought it would be a good idea to inform you all on more resources that can be a help to you. Use them to help in any aspect of your life whether it is simply to explore or to help make this change easier.  Resources:  Spectrum: Spectrum is offering...

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As the labs are mostly closed across DePaul's Campus and our depaul.edu emails are still spinning up to access Adobe products, I found an open-source video editing software that does the job just as well. For context, I am a film major who has used Adobe Premiere for basic editing, but I am not in the video editing sector of film production. While scrolling through...

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Hey, everyone!   With DePaul’s campuses closed down, we know there are a lot of students who don’t have access to the resources they usually would. As one of those resources, we’re looking for ways to fill those gaps. Right now, though we can’t provide physical tools, we can help you out on the digital side! Our spaces use a lot of programs, which are very accessible...

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