Coronavirus (COVID-19) Faculty Resources

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Faculty Resources



Find e-reserve materials from the Fairmont State University Ruth Ann Musick Library by course number, course name or instructor.

Ask a Librarian

Don't forget that help from a librarian is just a few clicks away, even when you're not on campus! Our live Ask a Librarian chat has several helpful features. You can find frequently asked questions, our live chat window, and library contact information on the Ask Us page. When you start a chat, you can submit your question and enter your name or remain anonymous. You'll see a note announcing when the librarian has joined, along with his or her name. Also, you can email yourself a copy of the chat. Click on the envelope icon in the chat window to enter your email address and send. Finally, when the chat is complete, you will have the opportunity to rate the help you received. We hope you will use this feature so that we can continue to improve our services!

Library Databases

The Ruth Ann Musick Library provides access to scholarly resources and works with faculty and students in the discovery, use, and management of information in order to support the curriculum and facilitate lifelong learning.

Remote Work Tools

Links and resources for remote work tools can be found here. This list is ever-evolving and will be updated regularly. If you have concerns or questions regarding the digital delivery of your courses, be sure to address those with your dean or chair.

11 Tips For Financial Survival

With the recent changes to our everyday lives due to COVID-19’s impact on our daily work, many people might be experiencing financial hardship as a result of not being able to get to a job that pays them much needed income to care for themselves and their families. While this situation seems to change daily, here are 11 basic tips for trying to mitigate against financial hardship.

As with prior Fairmont State publications, these materials are meant to be consistent with guidance published by the federal, state, and local governments and the associated health agencies. This document is reflective of the relevant scientific and medical information available at the time of publication. These materials are not and should not be used as a substitute for medical or legal advice. Rather, they are intended as a resource for use in coordination with applicable government and related institutional policies and guidelines, and they remain subject to further revision as available data and information in this space continue to emerge and evolve.

NOTE: The lists are not exhaustive.  Further, the above link(s) are being provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only. They do not constitute an endorsement or an approval by Fairmont State University, and Fairmont State bears no responsibility for the accuracy, effectiveness or legal status of the content of these external sites or for that of subsequent links. Please contact the individual site owners for answers to questions regarding content.