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You will have to copy them to a different directory.  You can navigate to the location of your steam library and find the mods and assets in this folder:
Default location of Skylines assets and mods is C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\workshop\content\255710

You will then have to sort them according to this:
https://skylines.paradoxwikis.com/User_path

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Steam doesn't work in offline mode atm. Usually it wasn't a problem, but the last patch to Steam messed it up. You can do like hemeac suggest and have them installed locally, but I really wouldn't recommend that. They lose their connection to the workshop and don't get updated anymore. Just yesterday I had an issue caused by a mod I had locally installed, because it hadn't updated for the latest patch. Removing that and subscribing to the workshop version fixed all my problems. But it can get messy with lots of mods and some mods like Metro Overhaul Mod doesn't work at all when installed locally.

The best would be to just stay online until Steam gets fixed.

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