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Student Research Guide: Online Education's Impact on Students Mental Health: Other Sources

by Sophia MacKenzie

Other Sources

Additional Sources that Provided Good Information

Green, Erica L. “Surge of Student Suicides Pushes Las Vegas Schools to Reopen.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 24 Jan. 2021, www.nytimes.com/2021/01/24/us/politics/student-suicides-nevada-coronavirus.html.

For this guide, I did not really want to talk about suicide. Even though it happened.  I am including the source because it is important information.  I did use this research in my research paper.

Huang, Cynthia. “'None of Us Can Handle This by Ourselves': Pandemic, Online Schooling Heighten Struggles with Mental Health.” The Michigan Daily, 20 Apr. 2021, www.michigandaily.com/campus-life/students-discuss-how-mental-health-has-been-impacted-online-schooling/.

This was an interesting article but it was not scholarly enough to use as a main focus.  It had a lot of good information. It was written during the election, so it went into a lot of different areas politically as well as about Covid.  It's written by a journalist, so I included it here.

Terada, Youki. “Covid-19's Impact on Students' Academic and Mental Well-Being.” Edutopia, George Lucas Educational Foundation, 24 June 2020, www.edutopia.org/article/covid-19s-impact-students-academic-and-mental-well-being.

This was a good article to read as well.  I thought this article was not scholarly enough to use as a main article as well.  It talked about zoom and very general information. Did not go into enough depth about the subject.  Was just a google source.

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