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CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE – CAMPUS CLOSED FOR IN-PERSON SERVICES:   Summer 2020 courses are being conducted in an online or remote education format. Please check for specifics regarding your classes, or contact the course instructor for information about the online or remote education opportunities. Updated - June 24, 2020

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Key PVCC Library Resources and Tools for Online Learning

PVCC Library Resources and Tools for Online Learning

As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve and our leadership team works on reshaping student instruction and learning, rest assured, Buxton Library remains committed to supporting your academic success, just in a different way.

To begin with, the library has created libguide on its homepage, which will be regularly updated to reflect new services and/or needs from our community. Check back regularly to the library page, as this is a work in progress and the situation is changing rapidly. Bear with us as we continue to make changes.

Other suggested learning tools and resources at your disposal include:

  • Research Assistance: Call ASK-a-Librarian chat service for research assistance, 602-787-7215, 24 hours a day, seven day a week.

  • Textbooks: Request your instructor make copies of chapters of your textbooks and have them emailed to you within Canvas.

  • Anatomical models/Resources for STEM: All education video content through JoVE is currently free to use in STEM teaching efforts through June 15th.This includes video which animates anatomical models. Faculty and staff is also working to photograph many of the most popular anatomical models for instructors to embed in their Canvas courses. Reach out to your individual instructors to request these.

  • Streaming video services are available to enhance your online course content.

· Films on Demand

· Kanopy

· Docuseek

· Alexander Street

Additionally, the District Office and Colleges have identified resources to support students in transitioning online, such as:


Your online learning success is our top priority. If there is something we have not yet addressed, reach out, let us know; we welcome your input. Continue to take the necessary precautions to keep yourself healthy and we will continue to support you in any way we can.

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