View NDSU Libraries resources and services during COVID-19 interruptions here.
Book a Study Room, check out the Digital Fabrication Lab, find out what's available for checkout, etc.
Check your library account, get help with citation management, chat with your Librarian, etc.
Request library instruction, place items on reserve, request resources from other libraries, etc.
Learn more about upcoming events, obtaining computer access, explore public access databases, etc.
International Open Access Week 2020 is October 19-25, with a purpose to inspire the research community to make more of their outputs open access.
Our election guide has the information you need to make sure your voice is heard.
National Student Transfer Week 2020 is October 19-23. The Libraries can support NDSU's transfer students and help ease their transition no matter where they are!
Our librarians are available to support your library research needs in quick and easy ways, from wherever you are.
Access to the The New York Times is now available through NDSU Libraries. Start reading online today!
During the interruptions to regular campus operations due to the COVID-19 response, NDSU Libraries continue to provide services to our students, faculty, and staff.
Chat with a reference librarian, schedule a consultation, browse our research guides, or find your subject librarian.
For a limited time you can access Artstor – a collection of over 3 million images, documents, audio files, and video files from museums, archives, scholars, and artists from around the world.