Resources for Incoming Students (2024)

Table of Contents
Academics Can I study part time? What kind of academic support does the University offer? How can I schedule courses? Who is an academic adviser? Will my degree from Penn State Harrisburg be acknowledged as a Pennsylvania State University degree? What is shown on my diploma? Arrival and Orientation What is the orientation for new international students? Do I have to come to the orientation? When should I arrive at Penn State Harrisburg? What shall I bring for the airport check-in? Advising & Support Services Where do I go if I need any information related to international students? Does Penn State Harrisburg offer special services for international students? Communication Where can I purchase a cell phone or obtain a phone number? Financial How can I open a new account at a local bank and what is the nearest bank to the campus? Should I bring a large amount of cash from my home country, or should money for tuition and living expenses be transferred? Am I eligible for financial assistance? Health Insurance Do I have to purchase health insurance and what are the options? Housing and Food Where can I go to do my grocery shopping? Can I cook myself if I am a new student who lives on campus? What options are available for off-campus housing? Are there food options on campus? Student Activities Are there student organizations or clubs that I can join? Does the school have a fitness center/gymnasium? Transportation What are the major public transportation options close by the campus? How can I get a driver’s license? Can I drive with my foreign drivers’ license? Work on Campus Am I permitted to work? Do I need a social security card to apply for a job? FAQs
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Frequently Asked Questions

Academics

Can I study part time?

No, international students cannot study part time. U.S. immigration law requires that international students on F-1 and J-1 student visas maintain full-time enrollment during the regular academic year. To be considered full time, undergraduate students must be registered for a minimum of 12 credits for each FALL or SPRING semester. Graduate students must be registered for a minimum of 9 credits for the FALL or SPRING semester to be considered full time. During the summer months, however, enrollment is not required or you may enroll part time.

What kind of academic support does the University offer?

Penn State Harrisburg has a comprehensive student learning center. The Russell E. Horn, Sr. Learning Center has several locations on campus. You will be able to find help with your writing assignments. In particular, you can go to the learning center to get advice and feedback on your essays, reports, and other assignments. There are many tutors available for various subjects, from language assistance to math assistance. In addition, professors have office hours that you can visit for questions.

How can I schedule courses?

During the orientation sessions, you will meet with an academic adviser and schedule your courses with him/her. If you have any questions about your courses, you can ask your adviser.

Who is an academic adviser?

An adviser is a faculty member who can help you with choosing your courses. He or she will also be able to provide you with advice on other academic issues.

Will my degree from Penn State Harrisburg be acknowledged as a Pennsylvania State University degree? What is shown on my diploma?

Yes, your degree is granted by the Pennsylvania State University. Your diploma will show that Pennsylvania State University conferred the degree upon you and will also list the college which administers this degree, such as the Eberly College of Science or The Capital College.

Arrival and Orientation

What is the orientation for new international students? Do I have to come to the orientation?

Both the New Student Orientation AND the International Student Welcome are designed to give new international students fundamental, but comprehensive, information about campus and academic resources. Yes, new international students are required to attend the Orientation AND Welcome sessions.During orientation, you will obtain Penn State student ID and schedule your semester’s classes. As a result, attendance is necessary and beneficial for new international students.

When should I arrive at Penn State Harrisburg?

The United States Department of Homeland security regulations specify that students with a valid F-1 or J-1 visa may enter the United States not earlier than 30 days prior to the beginning of the University semester, as noted on your I-20 OR DS-2019. However, you should arrive in time for the International Student Welcome. Students living on campus and attending the in-person International Student Welcome may move in as early as Monday, August 15 9am-4pm.

What shall I bring for the airport check-in?

Be sure to travel with all your important documents (I-20, passport with a valid visa), and a small amount of money (a few dollars and some coins) to rent a cart or other services after you arrive. Do not put your important documents in your checked luggage.

Advising & Support Services

Where do I go if I need any information related to international students?

For any information related to international students, you should start with the International Student Advisers on campus (Olmsted E131). For general information, the Global Lion Ambassadors and Global Lion Mentors may be able to help you.

Does Penn State Harrisburg offer special services for international students?

Yes. The International Student Office provides numerous programs and activities designed specifically for international students, including workshops/seminars on tax filing, Curricular Practical Training (CPT), and Optional Practical Training (OPT).

Other programs include social events such as Coffee/Lunch with an International Flavor and International festivals celebration (Holi, Lunar New Year, Diwali, Eid, etc.). Based on the input from our growing international student population, more events are being added to the roster each year.

Communication

Where can I purchase a cell phone or obtain a phone number?

You can place your order online. The four major carriers are AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless and Sprint, or you can go to the Harrisburg Mall to visit stores. Other options are services at Target and Wal-Mart.

Financial

How can I open a new account at a local bank and what is the nearest bank to the campus?

There are several banks in the local area. The nearest bank to the campus is Wells Fargo Bank. In order to open a new account, you need to take your Penn State student ID, I-20, passport, and I-94 to verify your identification and benefit from student account features. Also PNC bank is nearby and it provides ATM services on campus.

Should I bring a large amount of cash from my home country, or should money for tuition and living expenses be transferred?

Please DO NOT travel with large sums of money. We suggest using traveler’s checks for your travel money. Tuition and fees can be paid via international wire transfer directly to Penn State. Additionally, once you open a local bank account, funds from home can be electronically transferred into your account.

Am I eligible for financial assistance?

International students coming to the United States on non-immigrant student visas are only eligible for merit-based scholarships or a fellowship. For more information, contact your academic department or the Financial Aid Office at [emailprotected].

Health Insurance

Do I have to purchase health insurance and what are the options?

International students are required to purchase health insurance. Penn State has only one option for you to purchase. You can find more information about the health insurance requirement and plan here.

Housing and Food

Where can I go to do my grocery shopping?

There are several options in the local area. The closest grocery store to campus is Karn’s (15-minute-walk). Penn StateHarrisburgprovidesfree shopping shuttles to Bombay Bazaarand Walmart as well as to Asia Mall.This is an organized service of the InternationalStudentOffice.The local bus (Capital Area Transit [CAT]) is also available if you would like to travel on your own.

Can I cook myself if I am a new student who lives on campus?

First year (freshmen) housing does not have the facilities needed to prepare meals; therefore, they are required to purchase meal plan. Upper division student housing is apartment style and does have a fully equipped kitchen. Please visit the on-campus housing website for more information.

What options are available for off-campus housing?

Penn State Harrisburg has limited on-campus housing. However, there are several off-campus options you can choose from. The off-campus housing options are not owned by the University and you will need to sign a lease with a landlord. You can find a listing of off-campus housing options at this web site. You should familiarize yourself with the options and the terminology of a lease. A lease is a binding legal document.

Are there food options on campus?

Yes. Penn State Harrisburg currently has three on-campus food options, Biscotti’s Coffee Shop, The Outpost or Stacks Market. Biscotti’s offers quick “grab and go” food options and Starbuck’s coffees and teas. Stacks Market offers a variety of options from brick oven pizzas, to a deli counter, salad bar. Additionally, they offer hot grill items and full dinners as well.

Student Activities

Are there student organizations or clubs that I can join?

Yes! Penn State Harrisburg has over 75 clubs and organizations ranging from academic based clubs to sports clubs to social clubs and organizations. Be sure to attend the Involvement Fair at the beginning of each semester.

Does the school have a fitness center/gymnasium?

Yes. The fitness and aquatic centers are located in the Capital Union Building.

Transportation

What are the major public transportation options close by the campus?

Two major public transportation services are available, The CAT bus and Amtrak Train. The local CAT bus route runs from Middletown into the Harrisburg transfer stop and back. At the transfer stop you can hop on another bus to take you where you need to go. Also the Amtrak train stop is located in Middletown. Amtrak can take you to the major cities in the region such as New York City (3-hour away), Philadelphia (2-hour away), and Washington DC (2-hour away). If you live off campus, during the day, there is a bus that is available for students and at night, Penn State Harrisburg provides a free shuttle to transport students from the campus to their residences in Middletown and Highspire at 9:15pm and 10:15pm.

How can I get a driver’s license?

Information on obtaining a driver's license can be found here.

Can I drive with my foreign drivers’ license?

Students who do not qualify for a Pennsylvania Driver's license can drive for one year if they have a valid foreign driver's license and an international driving permit.

Work on Campus

Am I permitted to work?

International students in valid F-1 or J-1 visa status have the eligibility, with approval from campus officials, to work on campus as a wage payroll. For more details on the jobs available, please visit our career site and choose your campus.

Do I need a social security card to apply for a job?

Yes. You need a social security card to work on campus. If you have a job offer, office of the International Student Support Services can help you obtain a Social Security Number (SSN).

Resources for Incoming Students (2024)

FAQs

What are the resources that you can access as a student? ›

10 Amazing Study Resources For Students
  • General Study Tools. ...
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  • Concentration Techniques. ...
  • Note-Taking Tips. ...
  • Online Studying/Distance Learning. ...
  • Essay Writing. ...
  • Test Taking Tips. ...
  • Stress Management Tips.

What resources are you most likely to use on campus? ›

Check out our list of the top 12 campus resources.
  • Writing Center. No matter what you've decided to major in, you'll be required to write. ...
  • Tutoring. ...
  • Career Services. ...
  • Financial Aid. ...
  • Advisors. ...
  • Library. ...
  • Dining Services. ...
  • Recreational Services.

What is an incoming student? ›

Undergraduate students who have been accepted for admission, but not yet started classes are considered Incoming students for scholarship purposes.

What are examples of learning resources? ›

Teaching and learning resources
  • text books.
  • novels.
  • films.
  • plays.
  • radio programs.
  • multimedia.
  • digital learning resources including video, audio, text, animations and images.
  • lectures.
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What are examples of school resources? ›

That includes PowerPoint presentations, worksheets, activity booklets, colouring sheets, writing frames, page borders, e-books, board games, quizzes, activities and cards.

How do international students get funding? ›

There are a number of other avenues that you can explore when looking for sources of funding for your education.
  1. On-line Scholarship Search. ...
  2. Your Home Country. ...
  3. International Organizations. ...
  4. U.S. Universities. ...
  5. U.S. Government. ...
  6. Your family. ...
  7. International Student Loans. ...
  8. Employment.

How can we help foreign students? ›

Don't Laugh at Me: 5 Ways to Help Out International Students
  1. Tip #1: Offer Assistance. To some international students, even the simplest activities can seem overwhelming. ...
  2. Tip #2: Be Patient. ...
  3. Tip #3: Be Willing to Learn. ...
  4. Tip #4: Be Inclusive. ...
  5. Tip #5: Don't Laugh—Literally. ...
  6. Conclusion.

Can international students receive financial aid? ›

Most foreign citizens are not eligible for federal student aid from the U.S. Department of Education. There are, however, some instances in which noncitizens may be eligible for financial aid from the U.S. federal government. Visit StudentAid.gov/understand-aid/eligibility/requirements/non-us-citizens.

What campus resources are essential for first year students? ›

6 Resources for Wise Students
  • Professors. Professors teach classes, but they also set aside office hours to get to know students and to provide help. ...
  • Academic Advisor. ...
  • Tutoring or Writing Center. ...
  • College Library. ...
  • Campus Health Center. ...
  • Career Center.

What services do college students want? ›

7 Amazing Student Services You Definitely Need to Use
  • Career counselling. ...
  • Campus healthcare. ...
  • Networking training and events. ...
  • Student counsellors. ...
  • Language center. ...
  • Student gym. ...
  • Study training and workshops.

How will using campus resources help you become a successful student? ›

Using these services can help you grow academically, teach you good time management skills that will stand in good stead all your life, find you a Spanish tutor, advise you on courses to take for the career you want and assist you with all health concerns that arise over your college career.

What are incoming college students called? ›

A freshman, first year, or frosh, is a person in the first year at an educational institution, usually a secondary school or at the college and university level, but also in other forms of post-secondary educational institutions.

What is the difference between incoming and upcoming? ›

Incoming means something is about to arrive. Upcoming means something is about to happen. Oncoming means something is moving towards you.

What advice would you give an incoming college freshmen? ›

So, we've prepared a list of our top 48 tips for incoming college freshman.
...
College study tips
  • Go to class. ...
  • Get to know your professors. ...
  • Actively develop the habit of working ahead. ...
  • Seek out your adviser. ...
  • Make a weekly schedule. ...
  • Get a study buddy. ...
  • Know your procrastination triggers. ...
  • Find a favorite study nook.
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What are educational learning resources? ›

Learning resource:A learning asset or assets designed to address an intended learning outcome(s). Metadata: Information that identifies content during submission.

What are resources in education? ›

Educational resources are used in a learning environment to help and assist with people's development and learning. They're designed to reinforce learning and in some cases allow people to put their knowledge to the test.

What are resource materials? ›

Material resources are materials found in the natural world that have practical use and value for humans. Material resources include wood, glass (which comes from sand), metals, edible plants, and plastics (which are made from natural chemicals). Renewable material resources, like glass, can be re-created easily.

What are the material resources needed in schools to support students with disabilities? ›

Accessible instructional materials are specialized or alternative formats of textbooks and other instructional materials. Examples are Braille, audio, large print, and digital text. Some students with disabilities need accessible instructional materials to access the same curriculum as other students.

What are the three human resources of a school? ›

Answer. Teachers, Students, and Employees are the 3 human sources required for putting in place a school plant​.

What are different types of resources of school management? ›

  • HUMAN RESOURCES - Human Resources are essential for students to succeed in their life . ...
  • MATERIAL RESOURCES - These Resources includes basic materials such as - Black boards , chalks , benches , desks , textbooks , workbooks etc. ...
  • FINANCIAL RESOURCES -
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How can I get financial help immediately? ›

Programs that provide emergency financial assistance
  1. Government food programs.
  2. Government help with utilities.
  3. Government help with housing costs.
  4. Government medical assistance.
  5. Nonprofit food assistance programs.
  6. Help with utilities from nonprofits.
  7. Nonprofit housing assistance for mortgage and rent costs.
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Where can I get financial help as a student? ›

By far the best place to find funding to support your academic career is at the financial aid office at the college or university you plan to attend. Most offices will have an established portfolio of different funds that are available to different students.

Can a poor student study abroad? ›

If you want to study abroad without the price tag, it pays to do some research around grants and scholarships. Universities, charities, foundations, and government organizations help thousands of international students each year with their tuition fees and living costs.

How do you make international students feel welcome? ›

Pre-Arrival
  1. Provide detailed and specialised information in advance. It sounds obvious, but it's also critically important. ...
  2. Offer the opportunity to connect. ...
  3. Make them feel welcome. ...
  4. Provide local flavour. ...
  5. Help them to make new friends. ...
  6. Make it easy for them to get involved. ...
  7. Offer support. ...
  8. Keep the bond strong.
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What are the problems faced by international students? ›

International Student Challenges
  • Feeling invisible or isolated.
  • Navigating language.
  • Cultural barriers.
  • Culture shock.
  • Returning home and reverse culture shock.
  • Acculturation.
  • Adjusting to the educational system at USF.
  • Academic pressures.

What are the benefits of international students? ›

Here is a list of the top 10 reasons to study abroad!
  • See the World. The biggest reason you should consider a study abroad program is the opportunity to see the world . ...
  • Education. ...
  • Take in a New Culture. ...
  • Hone Your Language Skills. ...
  • Career Opportunities. ...
  • Find New Interests. ...
  • Make Lifelong Friends. ...
  • Personal Development.

Can a student apply for green card? ›

One option for students who are in the U.S. on F-1 visas and wish to become Green Card holders is to apply for an EB-1 visa, also known as first-preference employment-based visas. This means going from F-1 to Green Card through employment.

Can I get a job as an international student? ›

Federal regulations permit the employment of international students on F‐1 and J‐1 visas within certain limits. These visas allow students to work in jobs related to their major field of study. F‐1 students can work on “practical training.” J‐I students may work on “academic training.”

Do international students pay full tuition? ›

Financial Contributions By State. International students typically pay full tuition, boosting revenues for schools. They also spend heavily on housing and other goods.

What is one resource on your college campus that you would recommend to an incoming freshman? ›

There are three campus resources that current college students insist incoming freshmen should be sure to use: the library, instructor office hours and student life offices.

What resources and people are available to support you personally at college? ›

Read on to learn how you can take advantage of these 18 resources for college students, both free and low cost:
  • Academic advisors.
  • Financial aid administrators.
  • College career services.
  • Health and mental wellness services.
  • Crisis centers and hotlines.
  • Public safety centers.
  • Writing centers.
  • Tutoring services.
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Why is it important to utilize campus resources? ›

Although none of these underutilized campus resources would fall into the category of essential, they're the kind of perks that will provide tangible benefits to your education, either because they ease your stress, improve your quality of campus life, enhance your health, pump up your GPA, or make you smarter (yes, ...

What do college students need most? ›

What do most college students need?
  • Laptop backpack.
  • Calculator.
  • Planner.
  • Comfortable walking shoes.
  • Lint roller.
  • Hangers.
  • Mattress topper.
  • Safe or lockbox.
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What are support services for students? ›

Academic Support for Students
  • peer tutoring.
  • supplemental instruction.
  • academic counseling.
  • walk-in and individual tutoring.
  • information on: note-taking. time-management. exam preparation. stress management.

Which resources will you utilize to support your academic growth? ›

These can include:
  • Office hours.
  • Study halls.
  • Study groups.
  • Writing Center and Residential College Writing Tutors.
  • Peer Tutoring.
  • Academic workshops.
  • Academic mentors (faculty, TFs, deans, administrators, peers)
  • Student wellness and mental health services.

What are academic facilities in college? ›

Academic facilities means the physical facilities of such as classrooms, offices, laboratories, libraries, hospitals and other essential resources available to conduct an educational program.

What is academic support group? ›

What is Academic Support? Academic supports are programs and strategies that are used by schools to increase the academic achievement of students, particu- larly for students who may be at risk of dimin- ished academic achievement. A wide variety of strategies have been developed to provide extra support to students.

What incoming student means? ›

1. Students that have not had any previous course requests in the past or students who are not enrolled in a group.

What can I say instead of freshman? ›

freshman
  • novice.
  • rookie.
  • undergraduate.
  • beginner.
  • greenhorn.
  • underclassman.
  • undergrad.
  • frosh.

What do you call a person who didn't graduate college? ›

An undergraduate is a college or university student who's not a graduate student.

What is the incoming meaning? ›

Definition of incoming

(Entry 1 of 2) 1 : taking a new place or position especially as part of a succession the incoming president. 2 : just starting or beginning the incoming year. 3 : coming in : arriving an incoming ship incoming mail.

How do you use upcoming in a sentence? ›

English Sentences Focusing on Words and Their Word Families The Word "Upcoming" in Example Sentences Page 1
  1. [S] [T] Tom is excited about the upcoming game. ( ...
  2. [S] [T] Tom has no intention of asking Mary to the upcoming dance. ( ...
  3. [S] [T] Tom could use a little extra time to review for the upcoming test. (

Is it upcoming or up coming? ›

The word upcoming has been used since the 1300s, but its use as an adjective isn't recorded until the 1800s. It is simply a combination of the words up and coming. Things that are upcoming are coming up. An upcoming election is the one happening next or within a relatively short amount of time.

How can I help a struggling college freshman? ›

Being proactive saved her from having to retake the class the following semester.
  1. Talk to an Academic Advisor. Academic advisors are an essential resource for all students, but especially ones who are struggling with their classes. ...
  2. Seek Help at the Tutoring Center. ...
  3. Form a Study Group. ...
  4. Practice Better Time Management.

What should a first year college student say? ›

9 Things You Might Want to Say to Your College Freshman
  • You have given me more joy and happiness than I ever thought possible. ...
  • I believe in you. ...
  • Push yourself. ...
  • You will be fine. ...
  • You can tell me anything and I will never judge you. ...
  • I will miss you. ...
  • I'm sorry for… ...
  • You will always have a home.
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What should you not do freshman year of college? ›

Here are a few common mistakes that college freshmen make
  • Telling people your ACT or SAT score. ...
  • Telling everyone you are a sophomore in terms of credits. ...
  • Cramming for exams like you did in high school. ...
  • Looking at your phone while walking on campus. ...
  • Going home every single weekend.
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What resources and people are available to support you personally at college? ›

Read on to learn how you can take advantage of these 18 resources for college students, both free and low cost:
  • Academic advisors.
  • Financial aid administrators.
  • College career services.
  • Health and mental wellness services.
  • Crisis centers and hotlines.
  • Public safety centers.
  • Writing centers.
  • Tutoring services.
29 Jul 2022

What are your most useful resources for online learning? ›

Top eLearning Resources For Effective Learning Today
  • Coursera. Boasting more than 1000 courses from the best universities in the world, Coursera is a mecca for digital learners. ...
  • edX. ...
  • YouTube. ...
  • Lynda. ...
  • Udemy. ...
  • Alison. ...
  • Khan Academy. ...
  • MIT Open Courseware.
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Which are types of online resources that students can use for help? ›

33 Of The Best Free Online Tools [Updated]
  • IXL. IXL is a K-12 platform to help students practice and learn Math, Science, Social Studies, Spanish, and Language Arts. ...
  • Better Explained. ...
  • Khan Academy. ...
  • Google Docs. ...
  • YouTube. ...
  • Quizlet. ...
  • Audacity. ...
  • Gimp.

Which resources can you find online? ›

Here are a few that you may find useful for research:
  • Current information such as stock quotes, sports scores, weather, and news. ...
  • Information on colleges, museums, government agencies or non-profit organizations. ...
  • Online job postings, shopping, auctions, or travel services. ...
  • Library databases, scholarly journals, and eBooks.

What services do college students want? ›

7 Amazing Student Services You Definitely Need to Use
  • Career counselling. ...
  • Campus healthcare. ...
  • Networking training and events. ...
  • Student counsellors. ...
  • Language center. ...
  • Student gym. ...
  • Study training and workshops.

How will using campus resources help you become a successful student? ›

Using these services can help you grow academically, teach you good time management skills that will stand in good stead all your life, find you a Spanish tutor, advise you on courses to take for the career you want and assist you with all health concerns that arise over your college career.

Who can help you in college? ›

The Most Important People to Help You Succeed in College
  • Your Professor is One of the Most Important People to Help You Succeed in College. ...
  • Your Advisor is Another of the Most Important People to Help You Succeed in College. ...
  • The Writing Center or Academic Help Center.
7 Oct 2013

Why is learning resources important? ›

Learning materials can significantly increase learners' achievement by supporting learning. For example, an educational video may provide a learner with new insights and an appealing worksheet may provide the learner with new opportunities to practice a new skill gained in class.

What is the most important source of teaching/learning process? ›

Teacher's experience and reflection, and exchanges with colleagues are the most important sources of teachers' knowledge development. Educational internships and practicums are the most important sources of teachers' knowledge during their preservice education, while other sources have no significant effect.

How online learning resources are helpful to students? ›

Online education enables the teacher and the student to set their own learning pace, and there's the added flexibility of setting a schedule that fits everyone's agenda. As a result, using an online educational platform allows for a better balance of work and studies, so there's no need to give anything up.

Which is the biggest learning resource available? ›

Here are the best online learning platforms:
  • Coursera.
  • Khan Academy.
  • Open Culture Online Courses.
  • Udemy.
  • Lifehack Academy.
  • Academic Earth.
  • edX.
  • Alison.
3 Mar 2022

What are the five Internet resources? ›

Internet Resources means all Domain Names, electronic addresses, uniform resource locators, Internet blogs, social media sites (e.g., Facebook, YouTube, Twitter) and similar online resources.

What are the 5 online sources of information? ›

Information can come from virtually anywhere — media, blogs, personal experiences, books, journal and magazine articles, expert opinions, encyclopedias, and web pages — and the type of information you need will change depending on the question you are trying to answer.

What are online educational resources? ›

Online Education Resources or OER is a digital technology, which helps you in personalizing the overall learning experience. In addition, it also helps students to learn according to their own pace and to have quick access to all the latest information. This particular digital technology is important for many reasons.

What are digital sources? ›

Digital Resources can be defined as materials that have been conceived and created digitally or by converting analogue materials to a digital format.

What are library sources? ›

Library resources are those materials, both print and non-print, found in school libraries which support curricular and personal information needs. Print items include books, magazines, newspapers, pamphlets, microfiche or microfilm.

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