My pandemic workspace consists of my table, binders, laptop, earbuds, water bottle, pens and pencils, pencil case, my iPad that I use for drawing, my journal to keep me organized, whichever book I’m reading and other various small items. (Claire Su)
Stories from quarantine: Our pandemic workspaces
December 2, 2020
From when the Harker community first left campus in March until now, students have adapted to the challenges of remote learning, such as long hours of screen time and sitting, by modifying or even completely reinventing their work areas. Members of the Harker Journalism program share their new and improved workspaces, snapshots of how the pandemic has overturned student lives.
In my workspace, I keep my writing essentials in my pencil case, as well as a variety of pens and highlighters. I also keep my textbooks nearby for easy access, as well as my hydroflask to stay hydrated. The most essential item is my laptop, which is obviously a necessity for online school.
My workspace, like me, operates in a constant state of organized chaos. From the mini-Kobe poster to all the little crafts, everything is exactly the way I like it.
Here is my quarantine desk space. This is also where I used to work when school was still normally in session; however, I have made it so it's more of a permanent "settlement". It includes my keyboard, mouse and my stationery case in the background.
I have my snacks, stationery, books, notebooks, and computer.
My pandemic workspace consists of my table, binders, laptop, earbuds, water bottle, pens and pencils, pencil case, my iPad that I use for drawing, my journal to keep me organized, whichever book I'm reading and other various small items.