As learning transitions to online during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, students may find these resources helpful.
Bookstores (Barnes & Noble)
While all campus bookstores are closed, Barnes & Noble remains open for online orders. It has teamed up with VitalSource to offer free access to eTextbooks for students and faculty this semester.
If you have never taken an online course, you can start by taking the EPIC eLearning Intro, available on your Blackboard account at blackboard.waketech.edu. Your login is your email address with the same password you use for all of your Wake Tech accounts. “eLearning Intro” will be listed in your Course List.
- Watch “Even a College President Can Do it” on YouTube.
E-Learning Support Wake Tech Online offers an array of services to ensure student success in an online environment.
Individualized Learning Center (ILC)
ITS Help Desk
Many internet companies across the nation have joined the FCC’s “Keep Americans Connected Pledge” agreeing to not terminate service for 60 days to any residential or small business customers because of their inability to pay their bills due to the disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Many companies have gone beyond the pledge and are offering periods of free broadband service or are opening WiFi hotspots for public use. Here is a list of some participating companies:
In addition to the companies listed above, examples of other NC broadband and phone service providers known to have taken the FCC pledge include AT&T, CenturyLink, Google Fiber, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, and Windstream.
ITS Help Desk
For assistance with your key account, password reset, email, or Blackboard call 919-866-7000 or visit this page.
Wake Tech libraries offer online resources 24/7. Research books, audio books, research guides, databases, e-journals and even live chat are available.
If you’re suffering with anxiety or stress, we encourage you to schedule a virtual appointment with Wake Tech’s Wellness Services.