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Resources for Remote Teaching & Learning: Home

Library and Digital Learning remote teaching and learning resources for students and faculty

Libraries Coronavirus Response

University Coronavirus Info

Welcome

The University Libraries is now fully online.

This guide features resources for faculty and students in courses that have recently shifted to remote delivery.

Faculty: Contact a librarian for assistance in identifying resources to supplement your instruction, such as e-books, streaming videos, newspapers and databases.

Digital Learning resources and services help with challenges related to Zoom, FoxTALE, creating YouTube videos, or anything similar.

Requesting Specific Items

Have a specific resource to request?

If you are looking for a specific book, film, or other resource in digital format and would like help identifying options, please contact us as soon as possible. We are happy to help you explore options within and beyond the library collection.

Physical Library Items

Got physical library items?

  • Outside book drops are available at both Murdock and Portland Center libraries
  • You can mail items back to us (use media mail rates via the USPS):

George Fox Library
416 N. Meridian Street
Newberg, OR 97132

Contact Librarians for Assistance

Librarians are available to help.

Got Questions?

General:
library@georgefox.edu
 503-554-2410

Fines & Renewals: 
circadmin@georgefox.edu

Online Library Resources:
researchhelp@georgefox.edu

Research Help & Faculty Questions:
researchhelp@georgefox.edu
Librarian for your subject area 

Archives:
archives@georgefox.edu

Digital Learning
digitallearning@georgefox.edu

Library Student Employees:
  Contact your supervisor

Get Help!