IT Support for Staff and Faculty
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Technology Support for Student
Access support for WebSMART, Canvas, Student Email, and Google Apps.
Find out how to check out technology from SMCCD.
Online tutoring service
Join virtual exercise classes such as yoga, body conditioning, cardio sculpt, Zumba, Tai Chi and more.
Information about working remotely for SMCCCD during COVID-19.
Your Work-From-Home Survival Guide for Self-Care
Has the Coronavirus pandemic made you a remote worker? 11 tips to help you stay productive, happy, and healthy from Everyday Health.
How to Prevent Overeating When You're Working From Home
If your eating has been a bit erratic, here are five strategies to help create some balance and consistency from Health.com.
Stay Fit at Home with CSM San Mateo Athletic Club
Wealth of resources for exercising and staying healthy during the shelter-in-place order.
Simple exercises you can do in your home office to relieve stress.
Everything You Need to Set Up an Ergonomic Home Office
Make your home offices safe and healthy places to work. In this article, you will find tips on making inexpensive adjustments to your work space to stay productive and injury-free.
As we move into the world of working remotely, ergonomics becomes an important risk management tool to ensure we are safe when working from home or other remote locations. Learn how to create a workstation that is ergonomically beneficial from SMCCCD, Human Resources.
Sitting Workstation Guidelines
A visual guide to make your sitting workstation comfortable and give your work space a makeover.
Standing Workstation Guidelines
Make your standing workstation comfortable with this visual guide.
9 Tips for a Healthy Ergonomic Workstation (video)
In this video, Certified Professional Ergonomist at Mayo Clinic demonstrates the most common types of workstation adjustments for computer operators. By following these nine simple steps will help reduce discomfort, fatigue, absenteeism, risk of musculoskeletal injuries and metabolic syndrome.