What is this?
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the shift to virtual classrooms was swift. Several academic publishers, presses, and other vendors (museums, opera houses, etc.) responded by opening up part of their collections for temporary access.
We at Ellender Memorial Library have tried to break down these resources into more easily navigated groups. If you have any questions feel free to reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org or via our chat on our homepage nicholls.edu/library.
*A note from Affordable Learning LA/LOUIS on library collections that will be available long-term:
As the educational community responds to COVID-19, I wanted to share some online resources that are free or affordable. Students may be experiencing greater financial stress than usual if they’re not able to work due to the coronavirus. These resources and tools will continue to be free to you and your students after the crisis is over.
Below are some places to start finding free and open resources. Feel free to contact me with your topic or learning objectives, and I will look for you!
The library also has a robust collection of e-books. All these collections allow for an unlimited number of simultaneous users and are DRM-free, meaning students can save for offline use: