NDSU strongly recommends all people wear masks in indoor spaces when social distancing cannot be maintained. For further information, please visit NDSU’s Face Covering Guidelines page.
Academic Video Online features a variety of videos suitable for education and entertainment purposes including documentaries, interviews, feature films, and news.
The Water and Agriculture Information Center collects, organizes, and provides online access to a variety of sources and topics related to water and agriculture.
Study materials for various licensing and certification exams are available for 3-day checkouts at the Main Library. View the full list of what's available in the July Collection Highlight.
The Dakota Memories Oral History Project contains oral histories, photographs, and family documents that help preserve the history and heritage of second and third generation Germans from Russia.
Browse new resources that help answer some of the questions we all have about the COVID-19 pandemic.
National Poetry Month is a great time for poetry lovers to celebrate, and for new readers to explore the vast and diverse world of poetry.
Take some time this month to explore the vast contributions women have made to our country and the world.
Containing resources that present diverse perspectives on important topics and events, the Points of View Reference Center database has the information you need to better understand controversial issues and craft persuasive arguments – in speech and in writing.
Access World News provides up-to-date access to thousands of news sources from the U.S. and around the world. The strengths of Access World News lie in its wide selection of local and metropolitan sources.
The Amenia and Sharon Land Company began with New York and Connecticut residents who bought bonds in The Northern Pacific Railroad and then exchanged them for 27,831 acres of land just north of Casselton, ND. The first wheat crop was planted in 1877; it would eventually become the largest bonanza farm in North Dakota.