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Student Online Learning Resources March 24, 2020

by Laurie Blandino on 2020-03-24T14:45:35-05:00 | Comments

Keep the grades up: 8 tips for the new online college student

To help you or your new online student navigate the virtual class pace, Dr. Elizabeth Hornsby offered some advice. Dr. Hornsby is an Assistant Professor and Graduate Coordinator in the Department of Communication and Media Studies at Southeastern Louisiana University. She’s been teaching online courses for over a decade.


Using Zoom for Online Learning

Here’s how teachers, administrators, and students can successfully spin up virtual classrooms, participate in online classes, and use Zoom for distance education:


Internet for Students

Cox Connect2Complete

Application and information to assist students who don’t have internet access.

AT&T Creates New $10M Distance Learning & Family Connections Fund

AT&T’s Distance Learning & Family Connections fund information for students who don’t have internet access.


Libraries Provide Resources for Student Learning

Northwestern State University:

Central Lousiana Technical Community College:

University of Holy Cross:

University of Louisiana at Monroe:

Delgado Community College:

University of Louisiana at Lafayette:

Louisiana State University:

Universities Provide Student Resources for Online Learning

Louisiana State University
Southeastern Louisiana University

Select Responses from Commercial Textbook Publishers and Providers

McGraw Hill

Request free access to Connect and ALEKS for your students for the remainder of Spring 2020 term.


Links to no-charge ebook access. Contact your rep for courseware support.

APA Style Guide

Temporary free access to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th and 7th editions), the Concise Guide to APA Style, and more than 160 other books published by APA Books.


Using the VitalSource Bookshelf app and school email address, students can find and view etext course materials from participating publishers at no charge.


No-cost access to digital textbooks for the rest of the semester from participating publishers. Does not include courseware.


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