Are you interested in supporting student success by reducing the cost of textbooks? Do you have a passion for making information openly available? With generous support from Student Government, the University Senate OER Committee announces that the 2023 UND OER Grant application is open for submissions.
With the end of the semester approaching quickly, finals are right around the corner and that means winter break will be here soon. In just a few weeks, you may find yourself with more time for hobbies, such as reading. The Chester Fritz Library provides Libby, an app that gives students, faculty, and staff access to nearly 5,000 books and 1,000 audiobooks available for electronic checkout. All you need is your UND username and password. If you haven’t already, sign up for Libby today!
The Chester Fritz Library is excited to now offer thousands of electronic books and audiobooks on Libby, the popular library app for your Android or iPhone. If you have any questions about signing up, or using the app, reach out to any of the librarians or Peer Research Consultants in the library or on chat.
It is an honor to serve as the Interim Dean of Libraries and Information Resources for as long as it takes to find a permanent replacement for former Dean Stephanie Walker. The librarians and library staff have been working hard all summer to be ready for the new year.
The Chester Fritz Library added a subscription to the New York Times education program, which gives you the ability to create your own account and have full access to their content (minus NYT Games & NYT Cooking). On the New York Times website or app, with your account, you will have access to their current […]