Learning online might seem daunting at first, but it’s also an opportunity to develop new skills. Here is some information to help you get what you need while we have transitioned to online learning.
Need help studying? Here are some tools you can use for your online learning.
These resources in the Student Survival Guide Tech Tools can help you learn, meet with your classmates, and collaborate online. It includes tools to do the following:
These resources can help you find multimedia resources and the software, tools and content required to build websites and begin coding.
These resources can help you gain healthy tips and strategies for staying calm during stressful times.
Contact free pick up is available. Please bring your student/staff card.
Books may be returned to the Library drop boxes. Drop boxes are located at the following campus locations:
For more information about borrowing, renewing and returning books, please see the FAQs.
During the period of time classes are moved online, the Library is providing online workshops to help you improve your skills. All our workshops are offered online through the Zoom Platform. Please select the sessions you would like to attend and register through the Workshop Schedule.
Explore the online workshops being offered online and learn how to prepare for presentations, manage your time, use Zoom, conduct research, correctly craft citations, write an engaging paper, make studying less stressful, and more!
Whether you’re struggling in a subject or you just want to improve your knowledge, these online services can help you:
Library staff are available via our online chat service Ask The Library. Please click the Ask The Library button (located in the bottom right corner of this page) to be instantly connected.
Ask the Library hours:
Send your questions by email or use our online form.
Browse the Library FAQ page to find answers to commonly asked questions.