Liberal Arts Learning—4 Things You Can Do From Home

We may be in “lockdown,” but doesn’t mean that learning can’t continue; there are lots of opportunities for Dyson students to attend a virtual lecture, view some art, or build new skills.

Check out the following 4 ways you can expand your horizons from wherever you’re practicing social distancing.


Art uplifts, and, in response to the regulations around COVID19, many cultural institutions around the world are opening their doors to the public virtually. Pace is no exception. We’ve created a digital walk-through of the Digestive Systems art exhibition currently on view in the Art Gallery. It features artists who employ photography as part of their practice to explore food production and consumption. Learn more >>>

In addition, the Annual Art Student Exhibition is a celebration of the amazing work created by Pace University Art Department majors and minors. The 2020 exhibit is presented online as both a virtual exhibit and a digital catalog. Learn More >>>

Free Resources to Help You Remote Learn

As priorities undergo readjustment and schedules pivot to match new time frames, many companies and service providers are showing up by offering free and discounted resources to help us get through this time.

1. has compiled a list of companies that have either gone free or offered extended trials on their services for students. The list offers resources ranging from Adobe Creative Suite trials to skill workshops to free audio and digital books. Learn more > > >

2. Students and faculty can access open issues of Publishers Weekly, starting with the March 16th issue at Those wishing to receive an alert when the new issue becomes available can sign up to receive it at


Move over Netflix and Hulu! Pace’s online Library resources include free access to Kanopy, where you can watch countless movies in a variety of genres, from around the world, and also take courses to supplement your learning. It’s easy, too—all you need is your Pace credentials, and you are in!

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Did you know that Pace has an affiliation with (through LinkedIn Learning), an online platform that helps people learn a variety of skills for personal and professional development? Whether you want to learn mindfulness practices, a new foreign language, or how to write simple code, set some achievable goals with the help of this platform. It’s free, and you don’t need to have a LinkedIn account, just enter with your Pace credentials.

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