Many public libraries are closed to the public. However, public libraries are rising to the occasion and providing digital resources for their patrons during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are at home check out your local public library's website to learn more about what they are offering. As a student of Union, you will be able to request an e-library card to the Jackson Madison County Public Library, if you do not already have a library card.
Please check the Jackson Madison County Public Library website for the latest information on their services.
If you are wanting physical resource from Union's Library, please contact Melissa Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jackson Madison County Public Library Resources are listed below:
Checkout Apple books, Kindle Books, and Google Play books, all three companies have free books available and increased the number of free books during COVID-19. Many ebooks are relatively inexpensive from these apps.
The Union Library has ebooks available. Search the library catalog for ebooks by using the filter for ebooks on the left side of the library catalog search results page.
Additional free book sites are below.
Check out streaming videos (either for fun or for research purposes) from Films on Demand. Films on Demand features thousands of streaming educational videos and segments that you can use for research assignments.
You may also want to try the Films on Demand App available for both Apple and Android devices. You will need to create an account on a computer first by visiting Films on Demand and choosing the sign up button under "your profile." Use your Union username and password when creating your account.
Creating an account allows you to save videos and create watchlists.
The Office of Student Life has an account with RightNow Media. Faculty and staff can create an account to access RightNow Media. Students can also have access to RightNow Media's limited library.
RightNow Media is a video streaming service that offers thousands of Christian videos including Bible studies, leadership videos, and children's programming.