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Resources for Learning and Teaching Remotely

This guide lists a few of the electronic resources that are now available to students and faculty to help with distance learning and teaching for the Spring semester

Critical Thinking on Remote Learning & Teaching: An Annotated Bibliography

Professor Anne Hays, Coordinator of Library Instruction, created an annotated bibliography entitled, "Critical Thinking on Remote Learning & Teaching: a Bibliography of Ideas". It can be found at CUNY's Academic Commons at

EBSCO Faculty Select

EBSCO is providing free access until June 30th to their Faculty Select platform. It allows instructors to search for both OER material and DRM-free EBSCO eBooks. This does NOT mean that your class is compliant with OER guidelines, but can help your course qualify for the Zero textbook cost designation. This platform may be particularly usefully for distance learning, since all materials are digital. 

Aleks for Chemistry and Math

McGraw-Hill is offering free access to their online learning platform, ALEKS for chemistry and Math with free test proctoring resources! Faculty need to sign up individually. Read about the program and sign up at Aleks COVID-19 help page.