As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to surge, Ohio Christian University has transitioned to all online courses through the end of the semester. In the midst of these trying times, many businesses have found ways to support those impacted by the repercussions of the measures taken to slow down the spread of the virus.
During this disruptive time for the university, Tree of Life worked hard to contribute in a way that ensures that students have access to the materials they need to succeed in their courses. This is especially important with the transition to online learning. The company had this to say, “We want to assist in any way possible to ensure the students have access to their course materials in whatever way allows them to be most successful.”
To support Ohio Christian in this challenging time, Tree of Life partnered with their digital course materials provider, VitalSource, and leading publishers, to launch VitalSource Helps, a program that will provide access to ebooks for our students through May 25th for free.
Any students who left books on campus or prefer digital course material during this time may visit bookshelf.vitalsource.com to access up to seven free ebooks through May 25. To access free materials, students must use their @ohiochristian.edu email address to log in or create an account.
To ensure that information provided to all staff, faculty, students, family members, and community members be the most up to date, Ohio Christian University launched a Center for Coronavirus Updates on the university website. We encourage you to visit often as the content is being frequently updated.
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