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Online Class Resources: General Resources

This guide was created to assist TCC faculty with moving classes online.

Purpose

This guide is an ongoing resource created to assist TCC faculty with moving classes online. If you have suggestions for additions to this guide, please contact ask.librarian@tccd.edu. Additional faculty training resources are available at InsideTCC.

Devices with a wifi hotspot may be available from TCC for current students. Please send students without devices or internet to https://library.tccd.edu/devices/ to complete a request form. This can be done from their phones. If they do not have a phone that can do that, they can call the main number for their campus library and give their contact information over the phone.  

Textbook Publishers

Some textbook publishers are offering additional assistance during the COVID-19 crisis. Please click on the links to go directly to the company websites.

  • Cengage: Cengage is offering help to faculty transitioning their classes online. 
  • McGraw Hill Connect: McGraw Hill assists you in determining the best way to transition your course online.
  • Pearson: Pearson is offering help for giving online exams.
  • CambridgeCore: Cambridge University Press is offering free access to books through the end of June 2020.

ProQuest Ebook Central

ProQuest is currently offering unlimited access to ebooks from over 50 publishers through June 30 due to COVID-19.

  • Current Publishers: This link shows the updated list of publishers currently participating in unlimited access through ProQuest Ebook Central.
  • TCC Library Website: To search for ebooks offered through ProQuest, select Ebook Central from ProQuest under the Alphabetical List of Databases. 

Other Sources

Some of the library and higher education resource providers are also offering free resources or additional assistance. 

Open Education Resources