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Accessibility Resources Office Assists Students with Disabilities

by Tracey A. Maine

For more than 20 years, Hocking College’s Accessibility Resources Office has been helping students with disabilities realize their academic aspirations! 

Students Must Bring Their Own Device for Autumn Classes

by Matt Berry

Beginning in the Summer 2020 semester, Hocking College implemented a Bring Your Own Device program for its classes.

Bring Your Own Device Program to Launch with Summer Classes

by Matt Berry

Beginning in the Summer 2020 semester, Hocking College will implement a Bring Your Own Device program for its classes.

Hocking College Adapts to Social Distancing during Pandemic

by Matt Berry

NELSONVILLE, OHIO—To anyone passing by it might have looked like Ron Cass was standing in the middle of a creek picking up rocks and talking to himself, but that’s not quite what he was doing.

Library and Academic Support Offer Free Online Tutoring to Students

by Tim Brunicardi

Looking for a study buddy? This year, all Hocking College students will have access to free online tutoring, courtesy of a partnership with the Ohio eTutoring Collaborative.

To Type Or Not To Type? Writing vs. Typing Out Your Class Notes

by Tim Brunicardi

Where do you stand when it comes to taking notes in class? Do you prefer writing them out longhand or do you prefer typing them on a laptop? This blog will help examine the benefits of both methods.

Celebrating National Library Week (April 7-13)

by Tim Brunicardi

Traditionally, National Library Week is a time to shine a much needed spotlight on the essential part libraries, librarians, and library workers play in bringing their respective communities together.

5 New Year's Resolutions for College Students

by Hocking College Contributing Writer

Now that Christmas has passed, it's time to start thinking about New Year's Resolutions. This tradition is said to have started with the Babylonians some 4,000 years ago when they would crown or reaffirm a king, as well as make promises to the gods to pay their debts and return any objects they had borrowed. While the tradition of New Year's Resolutions still carries on today, the promises being made now are to ourselves instead.

13 Apps Every College Student Should Have

by Tim Brunicardi

An app, which is short for software application, is a computer program designed to run on a mobile device such as a phone, tablet, or watch. These apps are tools to help us in every day life including travel, health/fitness, entertainment, productivity, news, education, and more. But with over 2 million apps in the iOS App Store and over 3 million apps in Google Play, how is one to know which apps can be beneficial to them?

Fake News: How to Spot a Reliable Source

by Tim Brunicardi

Fake News took the world by storm in 2016 and is still a major issue for many social media sites and search engines.

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