Did you know that you can still access databases and ebooks from your college library? Your textbooks and other books on reserve may even be available as ebooks.
Library staff are available to help! Text, email, call, or chat are available.
Find the link to your library and start searching: https://louis.oercommons.org/libraries
Part of campus life is spending time with people that share your interests. Whether it's Agribusiness or Writing Club you can still find ways to continue meeting and working together. Here are some resources for those looking to organize meetings:
How to Host a Virtual Event:
The outbreak of COVID-19 has forced people to stretch the idea of virtual socializing to its limits, with seemingly every IRL get-together now finding its video-chat equivalent. ...it was only a matter of time before people realized that now is also a great time to bring the board game, that reliably vintage excuse for gathering, into the video-chat fold.
A Chrome extension that lets you stay connected with family and friends by watching shows and movies together virtually.
Los Angeles Times TV critic Lorraine Ali gives some recommendations for TV shows to watch while staying home and staying healthy.
The New York Times gives you some nice suggestions on tv shows, movies and books to binge watch and read during this pandemic.
Check out the archives of Pop Culture Happy Hour for recommendations new and old.
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