International Students and COVID-19: The Initial Response from the Penn State Libraries

This article describes how the Penn State University Libraries have responded to the unique challenges that the COVID-19 pandemic presents to international student populations. Additionally, the authors discuss support and service programs for international students that may ease the disruptions expected in upcoming semesters. A collaborative approach is emphasized as the libraries work in coordination with stakeholders across the institution to address COVID-19 issues.

Copyright © 2021 Johns Hopkins University Press. This article first appeared in portal: Libraries and the Academy, Volume 21, Issue 1, January, 2021, pages 37-46.

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Work Title International Students and COVID-19: The Initial Response from the Penn State Libraries
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  1. MARK ALLEN MATTSON
  2. Emily Reed
  3. Victoria Raish
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Publication Date 2021
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Deposited November 22, 2021

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