For over a year the world has been living under the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now people are receiving vaccines, coming out of lockdowns, and hopefully getting back to a semblance of normalcy. Researchers, thinkers, and writers are grappling with many of the same questions we all have. How did we get here? Has COVID-19 made long-lasting changes to society, business, and education? What kinds of public health policies would adequately address the disparities we’ve seen in COVID prevention and treatment? How do we prevent this from happening again?
NDSU Libraries have been adding books and other resources to our collection that strive to answer many of these questions. Whether out of personal curiosity or a research interest, we encourage you to browse our COVID-19 Collection and check back as new items will continue to be added.
If you have questions, want to know more, or would like to recommend a resource we currently do not have, please contact NDSU Health Sciences Librarian Merete Christianson, or the librarian that works with your discipline.