[Michlib-l] ideas for online students

Membiela, Clare (MDE) MembielaC at michigan.gov
Thu Apr 2 11:47:10 EDT 2020

Have you tried Kahoot.com? I have used it with adults and kids and even my college aged kids seem to enjoy it. There is a free version, but even the pro version is very affordable.

They are offering teachers free access right now for support during Covid19


Clare D. Membiela, MLS, J.D.
Library Law Consultant
Library of Michigan
MembielaC at michigan.gov

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Subject: [Michlib-l] ideas for online students

I'm looking for some fun ideas for our online students to participate in. Not sure what that is. Could be a a game, scavenger hunt, or something totally different.

It's been a couple of weeks and I think they might like something entertaining to do. Ideally these ideas will alleviate some stress.  We're a small business university.

Thanks in advance,

Becky Grai

Strosacker Library

Northwood University

Midland MI

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