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Penfield Library Services During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Please be aware that the information on this guide is subject to change due to the rapidly changing circumstances surrounding COVID-19. Library staff will do its best to make sure the information on this guide is up-to-date.

This guide was Last Updated: Aug 10, 2020 10:51 PM

Finding online library content easily

  1. We recommend you start with the search box on the library's homepage:

    Screenshot of library homepage with the words 'art therapy' in the search box

  2. On the search results page, you can narrow down your results by selecting Available Online (see #2 in the screenshot below). If you're looking for a particular type of resource, you can select one (or more) options under the Resource Type heading.

  3. When you're done with your selections, click Apply Filters (see #3 in the screenshot below).

    Screenshot of Primo search results for 'art therapy', with filters selected

  4. Just click on the words Available Online (see the screenshot below) to go directly to a resource!

Additional Resources

A message from Mark McBride, Senior Library Strategist for the SUNY system:


Given recent developments, we are reaching out to make sure all SUNY faculty are aware of the high-quality digital course materials and related instructional technologies available through SUNY's Ready-to-Adopt Course Catalog. All of these offerings:

  • Are available to SUNY students and faculty at NO COST;
  • Include ancillary materials (e.g slides, assignments, test banks, etc.);
  • Meet accessibility standards;
  • Seamlessly integrates with your Learning Management System (LMS).

Courses, which can be requested through the catalog, can be set up within a few minutes and customized to meet your own needs.

To assist faculty who need to move courses online, Lumen Learning is offering a series of webinars which will provide an overview of the set-up process and best practices for online delivery. Currently scheduled webinars include:

SUNY’s Ready-to-Adopt OER Courses are supported through a partnership between SUNY OER Services, Carnegie Mellon University's Open Learning Initiative (OLI), and Lumen Learning.

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