Intellectual Well-being

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Intellectual Well-being is the ability to actively participate in scholastic, cultural, and community activities. It encourages you to engage in creative and mentally-stimulating activities in order to grow your own knowledge and skills.

Ways to engage your intellectual well-being during the virtual learning period:

Utilize Campus Services 

  • Remote Library Services
    • Remote library services and resources for virtual learning, offered through Gelman Library, remain available to all students, faculty, and staff to maintain research activities and support online classes during GW's virtual learning period. When away from campus, you can access library materials through single sign-on. To avoid multiple log-ins, consider using the GW VPN.
  • Remote Research Consultation
    • If you need more in-depth assistance, please make an appointment for a remote research consultation with a librarian at Belman Library for a consultation. If the available times don't work for you, email the Ask Us Desk at [email protected] and we'll contact you.
  • Disability Support Services 
    • Connect with DSS to learn more about virtual services.

Virtual Resources 

  • Articles, Blogs, and Websites
  • Apps
    • Evernote
      • Application for sharing notes, updating projects and keeping assignments and to-do lists organized
    • I Love Hue Too
      • Using color perception and logic, rearrange colored mosaic tiles to create perfectly ordered color spectrums in beautiful geometric patterns.