CHER 3713 - Native Languages of North America
Welcome to the John Vaughan Library
Purpose of the Library:
The library supports the curriculum at Northeastern State University. There are also recreational reading materials available. Library hours are provided to accommodate the needs of students. Comfortable couches are provided for your convenience. Laptops and iPads are available at the Reserve Desk for in-library use, so that research can be conducted in a comfortable setting.
How the Library is Organized:
Maps are available to provide general information about the library. Most materials are arranged by subject using the Library of Congress Classification System. The John Vaughan Library Physical Overview CLIP tutorial provides introductory material to the library's collections and services.
How do I get assistance in the Library?
Reference assistance is available at the John Vaughan Library on the Tahlequah campus Monday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. and 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. on Friday, provided by librarians and professional library staff. You may call 918-444-3235 for assistance or refer to our list of resource coordination librarians to ask a librarian a question. The library is here to help you, so please do not hesitate to ask questions.
How do I find a book in the NSU Library system?
The Library Catalog is the best way to locate materials owned by the NSU Libraries. Using the catalog, you can search for library materials, including books, audio-visual works, and journals, magazines, and newspapers. You can search by:
- Title or Author
- Subject Heading (see Library of Congress authorities)
- and others...
How do I find a book located at another library?
You can search for materials located at other libraries using a service called WorldCat, which, as the name suggests, allows you to search across the catalogs of participating libraries worldwide. You can find out more about WorldCat here.
How do I order a book or article I've found at another library?
To borrow a book located at another library, use the NSU Libraries' Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service. ILL allows us to borrow materials from other libraries on your behalf, then loan them to you. This service is free to NSU students.
SophiaBeverley Threatt, MLS, MA
Instructor of Library Services
Languages and Literature and Communication, Art, & Theatre
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Last Updated: 08/07/2012