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World Health Organization (WHO): Coronavirus Outbreak
The WHO's website provides daily information and guidance about the current outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19), first reported from Wuhan, China, on December 31, 2019. The WHO recommends visiting their site daily for updated information.
Updates from Health Agencies
Dashboard Information - Johns Hopkins
Provides information about the Johns Hopkins Dashboard,
shown below, and what it reports in terms of countries, dates, and confirmed cases.
Access to the Lancet is available to Campbell University students and faculty. Proxy server use is required for off-campus viewing.
Research Tools and Academic References
Disaster Information Management Research Center: Disaster Lit
Articles from U.S., European, Canadian, and non-profit agencies about COVID-19 and suggested emergency response. From the National Library of Medicine.
PubMed is a database from the National Library of Medicine. Some articles may require use of our proxy server if you are viewing off-campus.
The New England Journal of Medicine
"A collection of articles and other resources about the Coronavirus, including critical reports, management guidelines, and commentary."
Legal Responses to the CoronaVirus Outbreak: UCLA Law Library
This guide, created by the UCLA Law Library, contains information about state and federal epidemic, quarantine, and other relevant laws. Materials list may be located at UCLA Libraries. Contact a reference librarian if you are interested in any listed reference material.
LitCovid is a curated literature hub for tracking up-to-date scientific information about the 2019 novel Coronavirus. It is the most comprehensive resource on the subject, providing a central access to 1263 (and growing) relevant articles in PubMed. Updated daily.
2019 Novel Coronavirus from Texas A&M University Libraries
An online guide from Texas A&M University Libraries with information about COVID-19, including resources on COVID-19 and animals. Information listed may be specific to Texas A&M University libraries. Contact a reference librarian if you are interested in any listed reference material.
CoronaVirus: University of Texas Libraries
An online guide from the University of Texas focusing on medical information about COVID-19. Information listed may be specific to the University of Texas libraries. Contact a reference librarian if you are interested in any listed reference material.
2019 Novel Coronavirus: New York University Health Sciences Library
An online guide with information about COVID-19 from NYU's Health Science Library. Created especially for people who "are interested in learning what is currently known about the 2019 Novel Coronavirus outbreak." Information listed may be specific to NYU Health Science Libraries Contact a reference librarian if you are interested in any listed reference material.
Bryan Alexander: How I track the Coronavirus
A comprehensive website explaining how to use various free and paywalled resources to better understand the COVID-19 pandemic. Contact a reference librarian if you are interested in more information about a listed resource.
Lexis Practice Advisor: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Kit
Available to students and faculty through Lexis Practice Advisor, the Lexis Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Kit features select content addressing emerging issues related to coronavirus across a variety of practice areas. Lexis username and password required.
Practical Law: Global Coronavirus Toolkit
The resources in this collection cover a range of public health emergency, disaster preparedness, and business disruption topics applicable to attorneys and professionals located in the UK, US, China, Canada, and Australia. As Practical Law publishes new content the toolkit will be updated. Westlaw username and password required.
Bloomberg Law: Coronavirus Updates
All Coronavirus news from Bloomberg Law in one place. Bloomberg Law username and password required to access individual articles.
COVID-19 Podcasts: Campbell University Rhymes with Orange
Coronavirus discussion with Dr. Nicholas Pennings and Dr. Dennis Bazemore - Ep. 65
Dr. Nicholas Pennings, chair of family medicine for the School of Osteopathic Medicine and director of the Campbell University Health Center; and Dr. Dennis Bazemore, vice president of student life, discuss the COVID-19 coronavirus and Campbell's response. The discussion touches on the science behind the virus and the work being done by the Health Center and the University to keep students and faculty safe. Campbell University has suspended all on-campus, in-person classes across all campuses through April 5.
Meredith Williams talks about the transition to online teaching Ep. 66
Dr. Meredith Williams, chair of the Department of Mathematics/ITS and associate professor of mathematics, shares her experience as Campbell University professors transition to online teaching during the COVID-19 coronavirus global epidemic. On March 16, Campbell University moved all face-to-face classes to online and remote learning. Williams, a former Professor of the Year, talks about altering her teaching methods for online and how her 120 students have adapted to this different way of learning.
Tory Weaver and Kellie Nothstine discuss social isolation concerns for students Ep. 67
Kellie Nothstine, dean of Campus Life and Title IX, and Tory Weaver, mental health therapist for Campbell University counseling services, discuss social isolation and how some students might struggle with mandated quarantines, social distancing and being away from their college friends during the COVID-19 epidemic.
This guide was created by Adrienne DeWitt.