The NDSU Libraries are taking part in Money Smart Week, held April 20th-27th. Money Smart Week is a public awareness program designed to help people better manage their personal finances. Organized by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, the NDSU Libraries have joined together with hundreds of other organizations around the country to stress the importance of financial literacy.
In 2004, Fargo native and NDSU alumnus John Caron donated a website he designed, Fargo, North Dakota: Its History and Images, to the NDSU Archives. The website proved to be popular, but over the years, numerous changes occurred in the city and much of the information needed updating. In addition, changes in technology, such as mobile devices, required that the website meet new design standards.
NDSU Libraries are pleased to announce full online access to The Chronicle of Higher Education. The Chronicle is academe’s primary resource for news, information and jobs.
All NDSU users may access The Chronicle at chronicle.com on campus via the web and off-campus by creating an account using a valid NDSU email address. Although you can see full content anywhere on campus without creating an account, doing so will allow users to sign up for newsletters, comment on articles, participate in discussion forums, and use their suite of job tools.
The “I am NDSU” poster project features four NDSU American Indian Students who are graduating in 2013. The purpose of the project is to promote diversity on campus and to encourage prospective and current students to be proud of their heritage. Funding for the project was supplied by a grant from the Division of Equity and Diversity.
Please pardon our mess as we remodel the men's rooms on first and second floors. Construction on the new restrooms will continue until early May. In the meantime, the men's room in the basement will be the only public men's restroom available in the Main Library.