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NLU libraries are currently open online, and our remote services are available.
University Library in-person assistance and access to physical resources are suspended. Click here for more information on how services will be affected by this closure.
If you have questions on digital resources, research assistance, or other Library issues, you can email us at Library@ anytime or use our chat feature on the right sidebar during the following hours:
Monday - Thursday 9 am - 7 pm
Friday 9 am - 5 pm
Saturday 9 am - 1 pm
We also have online workshops available. To see the schedule for upcoming workshops, click here.
If you would like to work with a librarian online, please make an appointment to ensure availability.
Looking for more info on COVID-19? Click here for more details.
Join the NLU Library for a series of online workshops in the Spring term! Topics include Finding Books & Articles in the NLU Library, Evaluating Sources (Articles, Websites, & More), Academic Honesty & Citing Sources, and a new workshop on Organizing Sources With Zotero. See the full schedule and register for a session!
This month, I would like to share a blog post by Aimee Miles, a new librarian, who has given me a thoughtful perspective on old, and sometimes, beloved children's books. Although I have written an article on this topic myself ), I feel that Aimee Miles has asked some important questions that I did not. To read more click here.