Library News

Go Pro Camera Kits available from NDSU Libraries

Thanks to a generous grant from the Alumni Foundation, NDSU Libraries were able to purchase six GoPro cameras. The cameras offer high quality video and photo capability and are available for check out at our Architecture and Landscape Architecture library in Klai Hall. Our kits include mounts, a spare battery, and camera bag (memory card not provided but needed for recording and keeping data). Students, faculty, and staff of the NDSU community can check out the kits for 3 days at a time.

Makers: Women Who Make America

Join us as we premiere the final three episodes of Makers: Women Who Make America. An exclusive sneak preview to the popular PBS television show.
Tuesday, October 21th - War
Tuesday, October 28th - Business
Tuesday, November 4th - Politics

Previous Showings
Tuesday, September 3rd - Comedy
Tuesday, October 7th - Hollywood
Tuesday, October 14th - Space

3D Printing Showcase

Curious about 3D Printers?
Join us at our 3D Printer Showcase! We’ll have professors sharing their insights and applications of 3D printing technology, students sharing their experiences using 3D printers, information of how you can access this technology found at the library, and more!
10:00 - Janine Kuntz & Carolyn Harvey
Curious how our service works? Learn about the 3D Printing Service at the library!
11:00 - Kenneth Jr. Jimenez
3D Printing and practical uses in the arts
12:00 - Ben Bernard

MAKERS Season 2 at the Library

Join NDSU Libraries as we premier PBS Makers on Tuesdays this fall!

MAKERS is a digital and video storytelling platform that aims to be the largest most dynamic collection of women's stories ever assembled.
Through original interviews, MAKERS brings together well-known figures such as Hillary Clinton, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Oprah Winfrey, with the trailblazers that need to be known such as Christy Haubegger, the founder of Latina Magazine and Kathrine Switzer, the first women to run the Boston Marathon.

Speaker Series: The Gaza War, Talk with Ghazi Hassoun

Author of Walking Into the Sunshine and former NDSU Professor of Physics, Ghazi Hassoun describes the Israel/Palestine conflict as central to his life's journey. He is a Palestinian who became a refugee in Lebanon as a result of the Israeli-Palestinian war of 1948. Ghazi will elaborate on the effects of the war not only from within the fighting countries but also how it effects the surrounding areas.

Please join us for Ghazi's presentation on September 16 at 4 P.M. at the Main Library in the Weber Reading Room.

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