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top suggestions for a "How to Online Student 101" guide? 

I'm making a "How to Online Student 101" guide for my community college's students—both because it can be helpful and because I think we in the library will do a more empathetic version than our non-library colleagues who initially said it should happen.

We've got a very distinct digital divide here in Idaho, serving some very rural areas as well as the state's biggest cities.

Anyone have favorite guides or top other suggestions?

top suggestions for a "How to Online Student 101" guide? 

@foureyedsoul I know e.g. these three lists - they don't contain any explanation, but maybe they can be a starting point for showcasing a few tools?

github.com/mercer/awesome-educ
github.com/hkalant/awesome-edt
github.com/emptymalei/awesome-

Other than that, I'd also recommend including tips on privacy in order to make them aware of ruthless surveillance in many tools - maybe github.com/nikitavoloboev/priv can help in reflecting on that? Good luck!

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