Are you looking for a class that will help you with your research papers? Do you want to take a one-credit class that is online that doesn’t require you to get a textbook or come to campus? Could you use some help on how to narrow and refine a research topic? Do you want to find out how to locate and cite scholarly articles?
Due to the rise in the number of COVID-19 cases locally, the CSN campus libraries and bookdrops remained closed. We apologize for the inconvenience. We are still committed to helping all our students, staff and faculty. Please see our continuity plan for full details.
The American Women’s Almanac: 500 Years of Making History by Deborah Felder (2020) is a new addition to our Credo Reference
In the middle of summer classes? They tend to go by pretty fast, especially if you’re in a 4-week course! With logging in to classes every day and assignments due before you know it, it’s good to know that the library is available to help you with any research projects or papers you get assigned this summer.
Textbooks for summer courses are available for purchase or rental through CSN's Bookstores. Online you can locate information about finding what textbooks are needed for your courses, as well as how to purchase or rent textbooks.
CSN's librarians are available online to assist you during the summer session! Just use this link to start chatting with a librarian:
Beginning June 1st:
CSN's librarians are available online to assist you during the intercession break! Just use this link to start chatting with a librarian:
Classes are finishing up and finals are near. If you are not quite done with your research assignment, we can help!
CSN has several librarians who work at our reference desks part-time and also answer questions on our Library website through chat. You might have met them in the evening or on the weekends.
Faculty: Are you struggling to find online sources that your students can get immediate access to? With the current situation that higher education is in, open educational resources (OER) are more important than ever before.