It’s very likely that you have been, or will be, called upon to support your institution’s decisions and actions related to COVID-19. For many, this means rapidly moving in-person courses to an online format, requiring quick response and finding ways to ensure students have the learning resources they need.
Whether you’re utilizing the RedShelf Responds initiative to provide no-cost digital eBooks through Inclusive Access, or sharing our self-serve option with your students, we want to ensure you’re empowered to successfully lead the way forward. (To determine if your school qualifies for the program, click here.)
We’ve assembled a variety of resources to assist you in communicating with students, faculty, and others regarding the RedShelf Responds offerings you are putting in place. Some of the communication tactics you may wish to leverage include:
- Sharing program messaging with key campus departments, including Administrators, Deans and Program Heads, Marketing, Student Affairs, Auxiliary Services, etc., as well as relevant student organizations
- Sending a media pitch and news release about your efforts to local TV/newspaper outlets and local student publications
- Posting details about the program across your social media channels
- Including program details on your website, in eNewsletters, etc.
These are just a few tips to help you lead the way to keep students at your institution connected to the learning materials they need. Click here to submit your feedback on these resources.