By Natalia Sucre, Instruction & Digital Services Librarian

As we acclimate to the new demands of social distancing and online learning, working, and living, the library will be reaching out and checking in with students and faculty in different ways.

Research Tip of the Day

It’s week 11 of the semester and you are almost there! Now, all classes go online. What do you do if you have a really deficient Internet connection or no Internet access at all?

You are not alone. Recognizing that many college students are grappling with the same problem right now, some Internet Service Providers (ISPs) have signed the Federal Communications Committee “Keep America Connected Pledge” to provide low-cost or free, high-speed Internet access to those who need it during this crisis.

Certain companies operating in NYC such as Altice and Comcast are offering free service for new customers. Other major providers such as AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile are making their low-cost plans more robust. See the full list of companies and plans here.

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Other Library Resources

  • Get a NYPL library card online: NYC Public libraries are currently closed, but an NYC public library card is still a gateway to all sorts of free online resources. If you don’t have a card, it’s now simple to get one virtually here.

  • Public Library Resources for Parents: For all of you who are managing the energies of cooped up kids away from school, here’s a taste of the support public libraries are providing: NYPL Online Tools for Kids & Parents

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