The NDSU Archives are moving to a new location and will be closed to the public starting on August 1, 2013, and will remain closed until early spring 2014. They thank their patrons for their understanding and patience.
The NDSU Libraries have launched ILLiad, our new interlibrary loan system. ILLiad makes it easier for you to request resources from other libraries, and to track your outstanding requests. You can also receive some of your article requests through ILLiad.
The “I am NDSU” poster project features four NDSU American Indian Students who graduated in 2013. The purpose of the project is to promote diversity on campus and to encourage prospective and current students to be proud of their heritage. Funding for the project was supplied by a grant from the Division of Equity and Diversity.
The NDSU Libraries are taking part in Money Smart Week, held April 20th-27th. Money Smart Week is a public awareness program designed to help people better manage their personal finances. Organized by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, the NDSU Libraries have joined together with hundreds of other organizations around the country to stress the importance of financial literacy.
In 2004, Fargo native and NDSU alumnus John Caron donated a website he designed, Fargo, North Dakota: Its History and Images, to the NDSU Archives. The website proved to be popular, but over the years, numerous changes occurred in the city and much of the information needed updating. In addition, changes in technology, such as mobile devices, required that the website meet new design standards.