COVID-19 Updates: Support for Teaching, Learning, Research and Creative Exploration (Updated November 17)

Posted on: November 17, 2020

Dukes, we’re here for you. We’re still offering the enthusiastic and expert assistance, vibrant programming, and caring approach you have come to expect from us.

Most library spaces are available during our hours of operation. See our Fall 2020 Re-Entry Plan for all you need to know about access to library spaces, including the new LiveSafe requirement at service points.

We continue to offer robust services and support for teaching, learning, research, and creative exploration. Below are our online & in-person offerings available to faculty and students during the COVID-19 pandemic:

For faculty – online teaching resources

We support faculty members teaching in hybrid or online modes. You can:

And our friends at CFI have created an Online Teaching, Scholarship, and Career Planning Resources page, a relevant teaching toolkit, and an overview of quality teaching. Check them out!

For faculty – research, library, and creativity resources

Faculty pursuing research or seeking library services/materials can:

For students – online learning, research, creativity, and library resources

We are here for our beloved JMU students. We have expanded our online support to continue providing the help that you need, no matter where you are. We invite you to:

And don’t miss the Online Learning Tips infographic, created by student employees working with JMU’s Learning Strategies Instruction service.

Returning materials

Our book drops are operational. Read more about returning materials.

We’re here to help

Your friends in the JMU Libraries are taking every possible measure to support our campus community. We are here to help. We will continue to update this page as more information becomes available.

See JMU’s “Stop the Spread” page for up-to-date campus information.

Originally published March 5, 2020. Last updated November 17.

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