Students and instructors may feel hard pressed to locate resources to replicate the learning experiences of physical classrooms as classes and course work move to an online environment. The USF Libraries has created a guide to capture these resources and provide instructors an access point to curated collections of digital learning objects and tools.
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Today, more than ever, public health officials contribute to the health and wellness of our communities through disease prevention programs, education, clean water initiatives, disaster relief, laboratory research, and more. It is important to document the knowledge of prominent experts so that we can continue to learn from them for years to come. That’s what makes projects like USF’s Florida Public Health Oral History Project so vital. As we contend with the spread of this global pandemic, we invite you to learn more about the vital field of public health.