This page has information about how the NDSU Libraries meet your teaching, research, and informational needs with a range of library services for you and your students. For information about the Libraries information literacy learning outcomes for undergraduate students, please see: NDSU Libraries Undergraduate Learning Outcomes
Contact your subject librarian for:
We will provide instruction about library resources and tools for your students in your classroom, at the library or in a computer lab – wherever is best for you. When you contact us, we will work with you to create an instruction session, tutorial, lesson plans or whatever you want for your students! Here are some ideas we’ve put together to get you started:
Contact your subject librarian or the Head of Research and Instruction Librarian for more information. You can view the Libraries' Undergraduate Learning Outcomes at https://library.ndsu.edu/guides/ndsu-libraries-learning-outcomes
Please review the Libraries’ guidelines for physical and electronic course reserves. For information about course reserves, copyright and fair use, visit the Copyright and Fair Use Tutorial. To put materials on reserve, please use the Course Reserves Request Form.
To view a list of active learning resources for faculty: https://library.ndsu.edu/guides/active-learning-resources-faculty
Your NDSU ID card functions as your library card. Maximum 100 check-outs.
|Books, Shott Collection and government documents||180 days||2|
|Reference Materials||No loan||N/A|
|Media (CDs, DVDs, audiobooks) –limit of 5||7 days||1|
|Course reserves (limit of 3)||As designated||1|