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A guide for students and faculty engaged in distance learning

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We are all                    in this together, Mariners

These are uncertain times, and many of us may feel nervous or overwhelmed. However, we are all in this together, Mariner family, and the library is here to help you succeed while our campuses are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

This guide has links to online library resources to use with your courses, as well as links to help you manage this transition and to cope with these challenging times.

If you don't find what you need here, visit the online Question Center and check our FAQs. You might find your answer there. If not, the Question Center offers a variety of ways to reach out to a librarian.

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If you have books or other library materials checked out, please keep them until the college resumes normal operations. All fines will be waived.



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Create your account on campus to access nursing / health eBooks.

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