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Library Operations Update

NSU Libraries are open to the public for Summer 2021 with standard operating hours (see link below). Please note that these policies may change at any time during COVID-19. The following restrictions are in place to ensure the safe well-being of all of our employees and patrons:

  • Masks or face coverings are required.
  • Browsing materials is allowed.
  • Some computers will be unavailable to practice safe social distancing. These machines are denoted with signage.
  • High-touch areas will be cleaned throughout the day after they have been used.
  • Study rooms are available but limited to 2 occupants at a time (see link below).
  • We highly advise that all patrons practice safe social distancing while in our library facilities.
  • Placing holds on physical items will be highly encouraged to streamline item checkouts.
  • Borrowing of physical ILL items is available.
  • Computer labs are restricted for class use only.
    • In Tahlequah, this applies to Lab 105 and Lab 118A.
    • In Broken Arrow, this applies to Lab 110.

Last updated May 13, 2021

General Summary

Your librarians are gathering resources to help you access information remotely during this time of social distancing and shelter-in-place. We will also share more general information about the COVID-19 pandemic. This page will be continuously updated so check back for additional resources and updates.

Academic Sources

Screenshot showing how to find the Tutor dot com link in the Tools section of Blackboard

NSU provides free online tutoring using To utilize it, you must use the link within Blackboard. Look in the Tools section. If you have questions, view the PDF linked below.

Digital Resources from Your Library

FREE Resources

The following list of links are resources that companies have made temporarily available due to the ongoing pandemic. 

General information about COVID-19

Model of a Coronavirus viral particle

Myths, Rumors, and Fraud

In a time of widespread social media and rapid dissemination of links and memes, it's more true than ever that "Falsehood flies, and the Truth comes limping after it." Use these links to learn more about incorrect information and how to combat it.