It’s likely many of your sessions and workshops will be delivered online. Familiarise yourself with online meeting platforms such as Zoom and Teams (your institution may have a preference for which one you use). Make sure you and your version of the software are up to date in advance of any session.
Understand the settings (how to mute people, set up waiting rooms, how to record, how to ask questions in the chat, how to post a notice, change or obscure your background, computer audio settings and playing videos, launching in-built polls, recording attendance, organise breakout or discussion rooms).
Familiarise yourself with other digital tools including virtual whiteboards (such as Mural or Jamboard), virtual pin-boards/content organising space (such as Wakelet, Trello or Padlet), online networking spaces (such as Kumospace or Gather) and polling platforms (such as Slido, Mentimeter or PollEverywhere).
You may wish to enhance your e-learning or instructional design skills if you create your own e-learning career development modules. See if your institution offers any specific training or check out LinkedIn Learning for suitable modules.