While many of the MCPHS Library resources are already available online and familiar to faculty and students, this list highlights those that will be most useful as we pivot from on-ground courses to completely online courses for the rest of the semester. In addition, some publishers have opened access or expanded access to their resources for the short-term.
Use online videos to replace a DVD you planned to show in class, find an alternative to a lab activity, or replace in-class demonstrations.
Use images to help your students understand a concept or visualize the human body.
Some of the library’s subscription products have extra features, such as slide sets, quizzes, or lesson plans for faculty members to use.
Several of the library’s subscriptions include tools students can use to check their understanding of the content.
Some publishers and vendors are temporarily making their content freely available to help with the transition to online courses. The information is mostly organized by date. Check the end of the list for the newest offers.