National Emergency Library Announcing the National Emergency Library, a collection of books that supports emergency remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation.
Here is a list of resources provided by the Louisiana Board of Regents: https://regents.la.gov/distance-learning-resources/
+ Spectrum COVID-19 Remote Education Credit: https://www.spectrum.net/support/internet/coronavirus-internet-offer-students/
KQED gives several tips for students and teachers to help assist them during this period of social distancing and learning.
As COVID-19 cases continue their upward trend, many high schools and colleges in the United States are closing their doors post-spring break in hopes of preventing the spread of the disease. For students who aren't used to remote learning, it can be a stressful and unwanted change.
If you are feeling overwhelmed with stress, fear and anxiety about the uncertainty surrounding this public health emergency, there is a special Keeping Calm through COVID Hotline you can call. This connects you to trained, compassionate counselors who can offer support and who can direct you to mental health and substance abuse counseling services. Call 1-866-310-7977 24/7 Trained counselors available 24/7. All calls are confidential.
Stripped of their collegiate activities, opportunities for socializing, and comforting routines, students may need to take innovative measures to protect their mental health during this crisis.
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