Online Format Help

  • Joining a Zoom Meeting
  • Preparing for Virtual Delivery
  • Virtual Coaching Services
  • Virtual Workshop 
  • University Bookstore

    1. Through RedShelf, our preferred provider of digital course materials, we are offering students access to eBooks from a variety of publishers for no additional cost, details at follett.com/RedShelf, which covers about 80% of our titles.
    2. Lumen Learning, our premier partner in OER content and courseware, they are offering Waymaker and OHM, for free for courses currently in session. For faculty members seeking a well-designed digital alternative or supplement to their current textbook, Lumen courseware may be a good fit. Course set-up is simple, and faculty can be ready to teach the same day they make the change. Click here to learn more.
    3. For additional non-digital materials and other items, we have extended a free shipping offer, with no minimum purchase, to your entire campus community to fulfill any academic or personal needs that may arise.
    4. For your students’ rental returns, Follett is offering free shipping return labels and is also extending the non-return period by 15 days without penalty to assist with increased returns by mail.
    5. We are including timely messaging on your campus store website to educate students on the options and the assistance available from your campus store.
    6. We will be posting FAQ’s to your campus store website to answer student focused questions and we will be updating it regularly with any additional topics that arise.
    7. As we work though orders placed online, we when possible will hold to our 24-hour SLA but depending on the operations of the campus store, pending orders may see an extended SLA. We will do our best to communicate those details to customers and work to fulfill orders as soon as possible.

  • Student Online Training

    As we are providing the necessary technology training for you to learn how to teach online, we are also providing 19 sessions for students to learn how to access their classes and be a successful student in an online learning environment. 

    These student sessions begin Wednesday, March 18, and conclude on Friday, March 27. Students will learn how to log into D2L, access coursework, view and take quizzes, submit assignments, log into Zoom, and develop an understanding of synchronous and asynchronous classes. Please encourage any student with whom you are in contact to review the resource link and sign up for training.

    In addition, students are asked to use personal laptops, Internet connections, and related devices whenever possible to access online course materials. For those students who do not have access to a computer and/or the Internet from home or from alternate locations, we will be happy to assist them by providing loaner equipment through the conclusion of the semester. If students have specific equipment needs, please ask them to complete the Request access to technology equipment form.