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resources for COVID-19, Novel Coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2


COVID-19 Resources for Arizona State University Students (compiled by ASU Students)

ASU Updates


Indigenous Students/Community Resources

Other Resources:


Teaching and Learning Remotely at ASU


Though this online hub is quickly evolving, you can immediately start using and sharing, for free:
• Interdisciplinary, curriculum aligned resources to support online learning from pre-K through undergraduate
• Live and on-demand training materials to help you optimize your existing resources
• Professional development eBooks to help transition to and strengthen virtual learning
• Authoritative Gale resources on health-related topics and global issues



  • DataThis collection of research data repositories has been constructed to support global scientific efforts related to COVID-19. This project is supported by Arizona State University, University of Arizona, Northern Arizona University, and our partners
  • LIT COVID A curated literature hub for tracking up-to-date scientific information about the 2019 novel Coronavirus
  • Clarivate AnalyticsThis site was launched to help medical researchers and healthcare professionals access the world’s leading research and late-breaking news around the coronaviruses. 
  • Jove: Coronavirus Resource Center Jove's COVID-19 focused content and related resources are freely available.
  • Wiley Library Services Free access to over 5,000 COVID-19-related research resources.
  • Nature Coronavirus Collection This curated collection of articles will remain free to access for as long as the outbreak remains a public health emergency of international concern.
  • Engineering Standards and COVID-19

Medline/PubMed Searching
2019-nCoV OR 2019nCoV OR COVID-19 OR SARS-CoV-2 OR ((wuhan AND coronavirus) AND 2019/12[PDAT]:2030[PDAT])
In Classic PubMed (high specificity search)
​(coronavirus[tiab] OR coronaviruses[tiab] OR 2019-nCov[tiab]) NOT (letter[pt] OR editorial[pt] OR comment[pt])AND humans[mh] AND english[la] AND "last 1 Year"[edat
In Google Scholar
Cut and paste Bramer’s search: 2019n CoV|"2019 nCoV|CoV|coronavirus"|"2019 novel|new coronavirus|cov"|"wuhan coronavirus|cov|ncov|outbreak"|"wuhan*coronavirus|cov|ncov|outbreak"|"wuhan**coronavirus|cov|ncov|outbreak"|"coronavirus|cov|ncov*wuhan"


Mental Health

Articles & How To


Tools & Apps

  • Center: Mindfulness, Compassion and Resilience
  • Virtual Meditations for ASU community
  • Telemental health
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness
    • online communities where people can share encouragement
  • 7cups
    • app and online resource that lets you chat with a trained listener for emotional support and counseling. It also offers online therapy with a licensed mental health professional. Services are also offered in Spanish.
  • Support Group Central
    • virtual support groups on numerous mental health conditions for free or a low-cost. This website is also offered in many different languages, including Chinese and Spanish. 
  • Betterhelp
    • app that offers individual, couples, or teens counseling. Licensed therapists are available through text, video, and audio. 
  • The Tribe Wellness Community
    • free, online peer support network that gives members facing mental health challenges and/or difficult family dynamics a safe place to connect.
  • Psych Central
    • online mental health resources, quizzes, news, and an “Ask the Therapist” function.
  • Talkspace
    • matches you to a licensed therapist, available five days a week for text, video, and audio messaging. Talkspace is also available as an app. 
  • For Like Minds
    • online mental health support network that allows for individuals to connect with others who are experiencing stressful life events. 
  • 18percent
    • free, peer-to-peer online support community for those struggling with a wide range of mental health issues. ​

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