Coronavirus (COVID-19) Research Resources: Work and Study from a Distance

Resources for Students and Faculty

Many universities across the country have made an abrupt move to online classes in the interest of public health. Below are resources which can keep you updated and help you adapt to teaching, learning, or working remotely.

University of New Mexico Updates

Articles about Distance Learning and Law Schools

Resources for Technology Issues

If you are having difficulty accessing UNM Law Library databases or other library resources from home, please contact the reference desk using the information in the box on the left-hand side of the page.. 

Managing Stress and Mental Health During Uncertain Times

Please make sure to take time to acknowledge the increased stresses that we are all under, and take time to take care of your mental wellness.  From concerns about mid-semester changes to the health and welfare of ourselves and those we care about, compounded with all of the imposed societal and institutional policy changes, we are all dealing with a significant increase in stressors.

During this time of self-quarantining and self-distancing, remember that we can still practice our self-care regimes and reach out to our individual support systems via phone and other forms of social networking.  

Please take care of yourselves, particularly if you have to take care of others. 

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has  pulled together some tips and resources for us all to use:

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