Tahlequah John Vaughan Library
NSU Broken Arrow Library
The primary mission of the Library is to support the educational, research, and outreach objectives of the University by:
organizing and providing access to information resources, both on-site and through remote access, and
promoting the necessary conditions for their effective use, organization, and maintenance.
Its secondary mission is to provide the same services to residents of the Eastern Oklahoma region.
Below are some links to additional specialized services.
Welcome to this topic guide!
This resource guide has been created for the Native American History - #3723 course with an additional focus on the project Native American Histories of Disease, Healing, and Well-being. Use the tabs above to find links for various types of information.
If you have any questions, comments or suggestions please use the information on the right to contact me (either phone or email). You can also email reference or set up a research consultation by using the "Ask a Librarian link below.
NSU Libraries use the Library of Congress classification system for the following library collections:
Curriculum Materials (circulating collection)
Main Collection (circulating collection)
Periodicals (non-circulating collection)
Reference Collection (non-circulating collection)
Special Collections (non-circulating collection)
Library of Congress (LC-call numbers on how materials are organized and how to read call numbers in an academic library, see the link below)
Library of Congress Classification Outline by main classes, see the link below)
Other useful links: