Audible is allowing access to a lot of their content for free. Here is a link to an article with details and links to the Audible site.

JSTOR - Online database making their content open-access to the public - Website that offers podcasts, weekly emails, and articles for teaching all centered around anti-racism. Can be used for K-12 teaching and adapted to fit college classrooms as well.

Kanopy offers a bunch of educational and artistic films and documentaries, including films that have been nominated for Oscars. Available for free with CU university login. Could also just offer something for people to do during quarantine.

Office of Info Technology - Offering daily virtual drop-in training sessions to support the rapid transition to remote learning

Five Colleges Inc. put out this resource for teaching Theater and Dance remotely. Can also be helpful for K-12 homeschooling.

Denver Arts Museum has this Creative Resource page that has at-home lesson plan ideas, videos, and art projects.

Consider adopting some of following:

Personalize deadlines for major writing assignments, schedule a few alternative exam sessions from which students may choose, and/or eliminate late penalties so long as the work is completed by the end of finals week.
Adopt take-home-style exam formats that would permit students to complete their exams at their convenience (these can still be timed using platforms like Canvas).
Be more flexible in offering incompletes, should your students need the extra time to complete the remaining coursework.  Incompletes are not ideal (for both student and faculty alike), but they may be necessary to promote the success and ensure the retention of our students.
Explain to your students that pass/fail options are available.
Understand that currently many students are having to pack up belongings while trying to responsibly break their Boulder leases.
Check-in with your students, individually if possible, and assure them that they are not alone and are still part of the CU community.  
Recognize the special circumstances of international students—as many governments are in the process of bringing their nationals home amid the global COVID-19 outbreak—and plan your final assignments accordingly.
      Students have little choice in which flight they take, which means they may be traveling during a deadline or exam.
      Be mindful of when you schedule exams and meetings, as students will be in time zones that differ 8-16 hours from ours.
      Keep in mind that some students will be quarantined for 14 days and tested on either side of the quarantine.
      Some students may request documentation from the university before traveling. Should you field any of these requests, please direct them to contact