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Guide for Remote Learners and International Students

The COVID era has brought significant challenges for remote learners, especially international students. This page offers guidance to faculty on extending resource access to these students.

This guide provides assistance in helping instructors navigate the accessibility of library resources for remote and international students. 

 

What Is the Issue?

Some students are on-campus and some off-campus; not all library print materials are duplicated and accessible in electronic format, and not all print materials in the library are easily accessible right now due to COVID-19 restrictions. It is important to keep these challenges in mind as you think about library resources for your students.

 

Proactive planning before classes start can level the field for students learning remotely, including those in international locations. 

Helpful resources are available in the tabs in the right-hand column.