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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

Expanded Ebook Resources Available from the Library!

For any questions about the e-book resources listed below, please contact Acquisition Librarian Thank you! 

R2 Digital Library from Rittenhouse

 The R2 Digital Library is a part of our collection with 900 PDA titles. This trial into the summer currently offers  approximately 9,0000 ebook titles and 30 OER t titles from a variety of publishers in the health sciences, including nursing, medicine, and allied health, along with cross-referenced materials. Books can be searched, read online or accessed through Epub downloaded. Use the above link to browse by a multitude of topics or search by keyword directly. 

National Emergency Library from Internet Archive

Through June, the Internet archive is making a selection of books available for instant download. This library includes many 20th century literary classics that might not be available via other platforms. Get a free account on their Sign Up page. Then check out up to 10 books at a time from their National Emergency Library of over 2.5 million books!  While textbooks aren't included, both academic and popular books are avalable, the archive focuses on acquiring and digitizing books from the 1920s-1990s that don’t have an ebook otherwise available.

Additional Ebook Resources

The Association of University Presses has created a document that lists the presses and where they have made their e-books openly available during this time. Please go to the following link, which is a PDF file.