Resources for Faculty & Staff

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Staying connected

Stay connected to your fellow NEC employees, your students, and the wider community – find resources here that can help you. This page remains in development, and will continue to be refined in the days ahead. Suggestions? Please let us know.

Library Services

Library Hours

Monday - Friday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.**

 ** Note: Friday hours are back!!

Reminder: please make an appointment to use the library. For more information regarding our COVID policies, please see our COVID 19 Updates page

Digital Resources and Reference Materials

We foresee no interruption in our databases and online products, which will remain available for registered borrowers. If you have difficulty accessing these products, please email library@necmusic.edu.

In addition, some publishers and cultural venues have kindly permitted free access to a variety of resources during this work-from-home period. Included in these are eBooks, online journals, scores, information resources, teaching aids, streaming videos, and virtual tours. Find more information here about the library's music resources for remote access, teaching, and entertainment.

The library also maintains a page of research resources, which can be particularly valuable to faculty members. These include:

Additional Questions

If you have any further questions regarding borrowing or research, please feel free to email us at library@necmusic.edu or contact us using the library staff directory. You may also refer to our website for library updates and information, as well as our FacebookInstagram, and Twitter accounts.

 

        

Healthy Working From Home

The COVID-19 pandemic has temporarily changed many of the ways we teach, learn and work. Technology has kept us connected, but has also contributed to more screen time. Some of us may experience feelings of isolation as we strive to define a new, temporary "normal" and achieve work-life balance in the space we call home. It has never been more important to practice strategies that care for the mind and the body. We have complied a few articles to help you to create healthy work space and maximize work efficiency, reduce eye strain associated with screen use and ways to find balance and stay connected

          

COVID-19 Testing Program

NEC has developed a comprehensive program of symptom screening, testing, and contact tracing to ensure the health, wellness and safety of our community, in partnership with organizations and agencies such as the Boston Public Health Commission and the Broad Institute. Learn more about testing requirements and the current testing metrics.

 


Additional Employee Resources

Employee Assistance Program

EmployeeConnect offers an array of confidential services to help staff and faculty and their loved ones meet the challenges that life, work, and relationships can bring. Feel free to email Nick Macke, Director of Human Resources, with any questions at nick.macke@necmusic.edu.

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