The Marion Campus Library will be closed beginning Wednesday, November 25th, 2020 through January 18th, 2021.
Library staff can be reached remotely Monday-Friday by phone, email, or Skype 10 am – 4 pm (11/30/2020-12/20/2020 & 1/4/2021-1/18/2021)
Staff will be unavailable during the holidays (12/21/2020-1/3/2021)
Please note: No library materials will be due during this time. You can renew your materials at https://library.osu.edu/ and return library materials when classes resume during Spring Semester. You can also return library materials to the book drop located outside of the Library Classroom Building.
Library hours are subject to change.
Faculty may contact Mike White at email@example.com. Faculty are also able to get technical support for their online needs in Canvas by clicking on the HELP button (24/7 Canvas Support is available for students).
On the Ground to Online Quick Guide for Instructors
20 Tips for Teaching an Accessible Online Course
For faculty/staff to use for reading materials aloud and will allow faculty to convert scans to accessible pdf for access. Download software here.
Tyler Maley, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, has created a Google document of resources for students with information on wi-fi access, cellular data plans, remote learning, and more. This resource will be updated regularly and is available through the following link:
Resources for Students During Virtual Learning
Simply copy and paste the link into your online course to share.
If you do not have a scanner at home, a solution would be to use your mobile phone’s camera and an app to convert an image of a document into a shareable PDF. One such app is Genius Scan, available for iOS and Android devices. You can download Genius Scan for free and optionally unlock a paid upgrade if you want to do so:
Employees can access voice messages by following these steps:
If you haven’t set up a password…
The system will prompt you to create a password at that time.
In response to Governor DeWine’s guidance and recommendations to Ohio Public Colleges regarding the COVID-19 virus in Ohio, MTC is suspending all college-sponsored out-of-state travel and evaluating in-state travel on a case-by-case basis. Personal vacations and/or personal in-state or out-of-state travel are not limited or controlled by MTC, but we will ask anyone who travels outside of their normal area to check in with the local health department before returning to campus.
Please notify the college of your travel plans using the following link:
Travel Plan Form (notifying MTC of business and personal travel)