Chester Fritz Library Updates

News and notes from UND's Chester Fritz Library

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Zeineb Yousif

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ALMA Conversion: Library Service Changes

Categories: Notes from the Dean, Renovation Updates, Updates and Changes

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Dear colleagues: As you likely know, the UND Libraries have been involved in a major library system conversion, moving from our old Ex Libris Aleph library system to the new Ex Libris ALMA product.  This is a statewide initiative whereby all academic libraries in the Online Dakota Information Network (ODIN) are undertaking this conversion, with […]

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New Library Search Transition Alert!

Categories: Tips and Tricks, Updates and Changes

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If you utilize your Library Account to “pin” favorites you need to take action right away. From July 24th to September 30th your current Library Account will be “read only.” After that point it will become inaccessible and you will lose information on: Saved items (Favorites / Pinned Items) Saved Searches Loan History Because this information will not be […]

Library book drop

Library Items Due October 1

Categories: Updates and Changes

Library book drop

Please return your Library materials at your convenience to our library book drop along University Ave. in front of the Library or mail them to us at: Chester Fritz Library Attn.: Circulation Desk 3051 University Ave Stop 9000 Grand Forks ND 58202 All fines will be waived on materials that were due between March 13 […]

Web of Science WebEx Training

Categories: Library Events, Resources, Tips and Tricks

Whether you’re taking summer classes, working on your thesis or dissertation, or completing your own research or grant proposal this summer, the CFL librarians are here to help. We wanted to introduce you to the database Web of Science, which provides indexing and citation tracking for top journals for every discipline going back to 1900. […]